Users can toggle the geo mode at will, choose different basemap and overlays in a click with the layer selector. They can publish widgets with the map (Enterprise only). They can drag nodes with the mouse to improve readability (changes are saved on the visualization only), and restore original coordinates anytime.
Multiple basemaps are available out-of-the-box: Stamen Toner Lite, OpenStreetMap Mapnik Black&White, MapQuest Open Aerial. Some providers requires a free registration such as (ArcGIS) Esri World Gray Canvas, CartoDB Light (“Positron”), MapBox Light. Multiple overlays may be added to the map, such as Stamen Toner Lines. Administrators can configure the list of providers and define their own. Map tiles can then be provided safely on an air-gapped intranet.
Nodes must have geographical coordinates expressed in decimal degrees (e.g. “38.8897”, “-77.0089”). The Administator should configure which property is the latitude property, and which property is the longitude property of the nodes of the datasource. Without configuration, Linkurious will try to use properties called “latitude” or “lat”, and “longitude”, “long” or “lng”.
See the new entry to the User Manual here.