Learn how to add a map created in MapGeo Studio to your MapGeo Viewer
Last updated: March 18, 2020
Access to MapGeo Studio and the full MapGeo Console
Completed visualization in MapGeo Studio
Once you have completed a visualization in MapGeo Studio, you can add it to your MapGeo Viewer:
In your MapGeo Studio visualization, click the Publish button in the upper right corner.
Copy the url in the CartoDB.js box
From the MapGeo Console Home Screen, select edit on your Dataset, select the Map Tab, then select the + button on the Layer Tab.
Enter the name of the layer. We recommend that layer names in MapGeo match the name of the visualization in MapGeo Studio.
Select ‘CARTO’ from the Type dropdown
Paste in the url from MapGeo Studio
Your visualization can now be added to a Theme or Basemap for use on your MapGeo site.
Your visualization can be added to multiple Basemaps or Themes.
Several visualizations can be added together to make a single Theme on your site.
Your MapGeo Studio legend will appear in the MapGeo Viewer by default. If you did not create a MapGeo Studio or your own legend image, no image will appear in the MapGeo Viewer.
You can create your own legend images in an image editing app. You will need to create a .png image and provide a public url for the image.
You can add attribution, copyright or other descriptive information in the Attribution box. This will appear under the legend when viewed in MapGeo.
Next: Create a Basemap or Create a Theme