CARTO vs CSV2GEO: What are the differences?
Developers describe CARTO as "The CARTO platform empowers business analysts, data scientists and more, to turn location data into business outcomes". The CARTO platform empowers everyone, from business analysts to data scientists, to turn location data into business outcomes. We accelerate innovation, power new use cases and disrupt business models through Location Intelligence. On the other hand, CSV2GEO is detailed as "Create interactive maps using Batch Geocoding tool". It provides live conversion of batch addresses into geographic coordinates (address to lat long) or turn coordinates into well formatted address. It creates and publishes interactive maps.
CARTO and CSV2GEO can be categorized as "Mapping APIs" tools.
Some of the features offered by CARTO are:
- Drag and drop data import allows you to create visualizations in seconds
- Make sense of your location data and power your business.
- Create beautiful visualizations with our easy to use design and styling tools.
On the other hand, CSV2GEO provides the following key features:
- Batch Geocoding
- Address Spelling Correction
- Address Parsing
CARTO is an open source tool with 2.23K GitHub stars and 609 GitHub forks. Here's a link to CARTO's open source repository on GitHub.
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Carto (formerly CartoDB) had strong open-source roots, and an early and active community of open-source contributors, which it nicely balanced with its business model. But about two years ago the company rebranded and essentially abandoned its open-source origins, disallowing API access, preventing map exports in non-proprietary formats, and not providing backward compatibility.
If you're a developer, stay away from CARTO.