AmigoCloud supports many formats for import & export for datasets. A number of supported formats include:
Vector Import: BNA, CSV, GDN, Esri Shapefile, FileGDB (>v10.0), GML, GMT, GPX, GeoJSON, Geoconcept, KML, MapInfo File, OSM, PCIDSK, S57, SDTS, SQLite, TIGER, UK .NTF, and XLSX (more formats TBD).
Vector Export: BNA, CSV, ESRI Shapefile, FileGDB, GML, GMT, GPX, GeoJSON, GeoRSS, Geoconcept, KML, MapInfo File, PCIDSK, PDF, PGDump, SQLite, and XLSX (more formats TBD).
For multiple datasets and file formats, like an Esri shapefile or Esri file geodatabases, or a csv and a geotiff, it is easiest to archive the multiple files before uploading. We support the following archive filetypes: .zip, .7z, .7zip, .tar, bz, .gz, .rar. Additionally the extension .kmz is supported, which is a zip file with an special structure (read more).
Some formats require multiple files. For example a shapefile's minimum file set is a .dbf, .shp, and .shx. In order to upload these, you will need to have a archive file with at least the minimum file set. Then AmigoCloud will extract the files and begin importing the datasets to the cloud.
Raster Import: JPG or JPEG, PNG, Erdas IMG, Geotiff TIFF or TIF, Mr. Sid's SID
Raster Export: GeoTiff TIF, Erdas IMG, JPG, GIS, AUX, Adobe PDF, PNG, SGI
Some raster files like Jpg or png, require world files (jpw or pnw) to georeference the image. Alternatively, they can have auxiliary files aux.xml which can georeference the image as well as provide additional information about the file.
Without the geographic information, AmigoCloud won't be able to place the image on the globe.
If you want to create a raster dataset consisting of several images, upload them together in a single archive.