CARTO 3 Workspace

CARTO 3 Workspace

Add source

The Layers tab will appear, where you can upload new datasets using a local file or add a dataset from your existing data warehouse connection. If you haven’t added a data source yet, you will see the following page:

Layers no source

ADD SOURCE FROM A CONNECTION

From the Layers tab, go to the Sources panel and click on Add source from…. A new dialog will open allowing you to select a table or a tileset from your selected connection. Insert the Fully Qualified Table or the Tileset Name and click Add source.

Enter table name

Once the process is finished, the BigQuery table is included in the Builder map tool as a new layer. The map displays the basemap and map layer that are the backbone for rendering your visualization. You can add additional layers, or apply styling and analysis features.

Map created

ADD SOURCE FROM A CUSTOM QUERY

Go to Sources and click Add source from…. A new dialog will open allowing you to create your own query or run a SQL analysis from your connection. Select an option and click Add source.

Enter table name

Enter table name

Once the process is finished, the SQL console is included in the Builder map view. You can type your query by inserting the Fully Qualified Table or the Tileset Name and then click Run.

Enter table name

In this example we are going to use a table with a BigQuery connection. The BigQuery table is included in the Builder map tool as a new layer. The map displays the basemap and map layer that are the backbone for rendering your visualization. You can add additional layers, or apply styling and analysis features.

Map created

ADD SOURCE FROM A LOCAL FILE

Go to Sources and click Add source from…. A new dialog will open allowing you to upload a CSV, Json, GeoJSON, or saved map Json file. You can browse your files, or drag & drop them into the dotted area of the dialog.

Enter table name

Once the data has been imported, the dataset is included in the Builder map tool as a new layer. The map displays the basemap and map layer that are the backbone for rendering your visualization. You can add additional layers, or apply styling and analysis features.

Map layers

In all cases, you can keep adding multiple data to your map from your different data sources.