Geovisualization Developer's Guide

Publishing a Query

After you create a query, it is "private" by default. This means that only query owners can request the query results. You can allow access to your query to unauthenticated users, which you need to do when you want to publish a visualization that uses the query.

To publish one or more queries, you first define a JSON request body containing the IDs of the queries to make public:

  "queries": {
    "visibility": "public",
    "ids": [

Send this in a POST request to:{YOUR_APP_ID}&app_code={YOUR_APP_CODE}

You then send this in an authenticated POST request to:{YOUR_APP_ID}&app_code={YOUR_APP_CODE}

You can also use the publishing endpoint in the 12. Publish Queries folder of our Postman collection.

The response will look something like this:

  "queries": {
    "ids": [
    "visibility": "public"

You can set a query to private by sending the same request above with the visibility property set to private.

Note: If you do not want to make your queries public for your application, you can authenticate with JavaScript inside your app; see here for instructions.

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