Shapefile & GeoJSON Map Viewer

Upload your Shapefile (widely used in software like ESRI ArcGIS and ArcView and QGIS) data, converting it to GeoJSON format (widely used in software like MongoDB, GeoServer, CartoWeb and FeatureServer) with one click, and visualizing it on a map.


Learn about Shapefile

Shapefile is a widely used geospatial vector data format developed by ESRI. It is a common format for geographic information system (GIS) software. A Shapefile consists of multiple files with the same base name but different extensions. The main components include a .shp file that contains geometric data, a .shx file that contains shape index data, a .dbf file for attribute data, and optional files like .prj for coordinate system information. Shapefiles can represent various geometric objects such as points, lines, and polygons, making them versatile for storing and sharing geographic data. They are widely employed in applications related to mapping, spatial analysis, and geographic visualization.

Learn about GeoJSON

GeoJSON (Geographic JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data interchange format for representing geographic spatial data. Based on the JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) format, GeoJSON is well-suited for expressing geographical shapes, particularly geometric elements like points, lines, polygons, and more on a map. It combines the human-readable and machine-parseable features of JSON.