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Explore your data through differents smart visualizations
Adjust final elements of your map and export it in svg or png format
Country names, ISO codes or geographical coordinates associated to your data are automatically recognized.
Say goodbye to Mercator and change projection at any time. ...
Four visualizations types, fully customizable
Your data belongs to you, everything stays in your web browser.
Khartis was born from a finding: how to make a thematic map just in few clicks, keeping requirement and scientific rigor in data processing? The team behind Khartis has refined this idea in teaching situations, research or map production and hopes that beginners will use Khartis, whether they are students, teachers, journalists or simply curious.
Initiative d'excellence (Idex) led by investissements d'avenir (PIA) enabled Sciences Po to realize in 2016 their own free online mapping tool project. The goals are multiple: transmission of know-how, knowledge (with teaching support around Khartis) and easy access with no prerequisite installation, only an Internet connection.
Khartis is not the first online mapping tool! However, it is one of the few to give to see the world from different perspectives. 3 steps accompanying map design to final visualization. Experience feedback will allow to integrate more advanced features.
Created in 1995, the Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po specializes in visualization of information and constantly looking for seeks innovation and diversification of media while putting into practice the fundamentals of graphic semiology. The team is made up of cartographers with complementary backgrounds and interests: Thomas Ansart, Benoît Martin, Patrice Mitrano Anouk Pettès and Antoine Rio.
The Atelier de cartographie provides education and support to research within the institution from the first year to PhD and beyond. It also provides expert missions to international organizations (UNODC), participates in editorial projects (magazines, atlases, books) or is part of museum projects (Louvre, MHI).
One basemap: the world by state in 2016
Add basemaps of France, improvment of frequency diagram, copy/past support at import