GIS As A Service
UNDP GeoHub is a repository of a wide array of data sets of the most recent time span available at your fingertips!
The UNDP GeoHub is a centralized ecosystem of geospatial data and services to support development policy makers. It connects geospatial knowledge and knowhow across the organization to enhance evidence-based decision making with relevant data-led insights.
Frequently asked questions
Yes. Authenticated users can upload geospatial data in various formats, and they can choose to publish it with GeoHub and make it discoverable.
Geohub uses internally pixelated data layers (image) as well as layers composed of geometric objects like points, lines and polygons.
You can search data using various themes like sustainable development goals, climate, environment, natural hazards, data providers or even geographical areas like countries or regions. The users should use the tags browser to explore the list of available keywords.
Yes, in case you are the owner of the map and authenticated.
GeoHub will eventually support raster, vector and mixed raster-vector analytics. However currently vector analytics are supported and being implemented like selection/filtering, one layer geoprocessing functions as well as multi-layer pipelines.