Create thematic maps in 3 steps

Use it Online

1. data

Import your files

2. visualizations

Explore your data through differents smart visualizations

3. export

Adjust final elements of your map and export it in svg or png format


Automatic georeferencing

Country names, ISO codes or geographical coordinates associated to your data are automatically recognized.

Custom projections

Say goodbye to Mercator and change projection at any time.


Eight visualizations types, fully customizable.


Several basemaps available with different geographical divisions.


Your data belongs to you, everything stays in your web browser.

Available everywhere

Use Khartis online or offline with Mac, Windows and Linux.


Save your project everytime to continue your work later.


Tutorials, definitions and resources are available.

What you can create

Color gradient
Symbols and gradient
Categories of symbols
Symbols (lat/long)
Categories of surfaces


Install Khartis and work on your computer, even without internet connexion. Online or offline, Khartis App have the same features.
For now, offline version does not currently have the latest features.

mac os x

MacOS (132 Mo)


Windows (134 Mo)


Linux (rpm) | (deb) (118 Mo)


The world base map allows create more regional focused maps thanks to the functions zoom and reframe before exporting the final map. We will gradually add other base maps so, please, let us know your proposal!
No, Of course Khartis is an online tool but the work remain local, on the browser. Only the data provided as examples are online.
No. Khartis was design to allow curious, not necessarily cartographer or scientist, explore a dataset to draw maps. Don't hesitate to advice us on haow improve the tool!
Khartis is young and propose, for now, 4 types of classic visualization: proportionnal symbols and colour ranges to show quantities, and variations of shapes/colours/size to distinguish categories, both on coordinates (points) or territories (areas). This combination of visualiztions offers, right now, a wide range of results. We are working on other visualizations... Be carreful!
Yes, Khartis allows you to save all your map settings, data included. Then, you can import this project file to resume your work.
You can export your map as SVG (vector format) or as PNG (raster, with pixels). Both can be immediately opened into a browser or inserted into a report, a slideshow, a 3D printer a plane or any publication, printed or online. A raster editor such as Gimp or Adobe Photoshop allow to modify a PNG file. A vector editor such as Gravit (free and online) or Adobe Illustrator enable to modify SVG file.


Khartis helps you to create your thematic maps thanks to a pedagogical accompaniment, accessible to all. Many resources are available with definitions and tutorials.

Help and resources (french)

exemple tutoriel


Open source

Khartis source code and documentation are available with GitHub

Khartis on Github


If you have comments, bugs to report or any ideas.
Contact form


Sciences Po - Atelier de cartographie


Université Sorbonne Paris Cité



Project management

Sciences Po - Médialab

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