Sample Data Sources
We have sample data sources that you can use for practice and training purposes. See Uploading Data from a File and Uploading Data from a URL for more details on how to load one into your own account.
The following sections describe each sample data source provided with Geovisualization to help you to use them in your visualization projects.
Mobile Activity Data
This data source contains data representing activity of mobile telephones over three months in the United States, represented by a count of mobile phone events over a time interval per geographical location (latitude, longitude).
The data source contains 512,326 rows, and its URL is http://js.cit.datalens.api.here.com/datasets/starter_pack/Mobile_activity_3months_scrambled.csv. Its structure is as follows:
| ||Number||Latitude of events' location|
| ||Number||Longitude of events' location|
| ||Number||Time index indicating the month in which the events occurred|
| ||Number||Number of events that occurred during the given month at the events' location|
This data source contains data representing seismic events in different countries over a seven-day period in 2012. Earthquake data is collected in real-time by geological institutions worldwide, such as the United States Geological Survey (USGS). You can find further details about the data types on the USGS website.
The source contains 1076 rows, and its URL is http://js.cit.datalens.api.here.com/datasets/starter_pack/Earthquakes_7day.csv. Its structure is as follows:
| ||String||Two-letter network code representing the data contributor which recorded the earthquake|
| ||String||Unique earthquake ID|
| ||String||Version of the record|
| ||Date||Date and time of the earthquake|
| ||Number||Latitude of the earthquake location|
| ||Number||Longitude of the earthquake location|
| ||Number||Magnitude of the earthquake|
| ||Number||Depth of the earthquake|
| ||Number||Total number of earthquake-reporting stations used to determine the location of the earthquake|
| ||String||Region where the earthquake occurred|
Country Population Data
This data source contains data representing country populations as measured by the World Bank in 2013, represented by the country's name, ISO code, geographical co-ordinates (latitude, longitude) and population.
The data source contains 212 rows, and its URL is http://js.cit.datalens.api.here.com/datasets/starter_pack/Global_country_populations_2013.csv. Its structure is as follows:
| ||Number||Record ID of the entry|
| ||String||Name of country|
| ||String||ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code|
| ||Number||Population in 2013|
| ||Number||Latitude of country location|
| ||Number||Longitude of country location|
This data source contains the list of HERE offices all over the world, represented by city name and the geographical coordinates (latitude, longitude) of the office location.
The data source contains 181 rows, and its URL is http://js.cit.datalens.api.here.com/datasets/starter_pack/HERE%20office%20locations%20v2.csv. Its structure is as follows:
| ||Number||Latitude of office location|
| ||Number||Longitude of office location|
| ||String||Name of city in which the office is located|