Every day we’re seeing some great maps being created on the Mango platform—something we’re pretty proud of! Here’s some examples of how Mango is being used by our customers to spatially visualize demographic data. National Statistics The National Statistics Office of Malta uses Mango to share maps on national statistics such as education level, population and income. Open Map Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge The Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge Working Group uses Mango to deliver a spatial visualization of a geo-referenced list of publications based on the theme of Australian Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge (AIBK). Open Map Ready to make maps? […]
Google have announced that they will no longer be accepting new signups for Google Maps Engine and will be terminating the service completely in January 2016. This will obviously come as a shock to users who have invested time and effort in Google Maps Engine, but the good news is that here at Mango we offer a robust alternative that will allow you to make engaging web map applications without writing a single line of code.
A good map provides users with the answer to questions that were defined by the maps creator. A great map allows users to get answers to questions that they’ve defined themselves.