To become a user of Ellipsis Drive, one must have an account with Ellipsis Drive. With an Ellipsis Drive Account, you can do things like store, share and sell spatial data.
Ellipsis Drive is here to help people share, manage and commercialize spatial data. Spatial data can be raster data or vector data. The words raster and vector refer to types of data. Ellipsis Drive uses raster and vector data to refer to data that clients have or may have.
Layers are the units of spatial content. Users can create layers to store their data. These layers can be of type raster or vector.
A layer created to store vector data is called a vector layer. These vector layers consist of features.
A vector-layer can have one or multiple styles.
A layer created to store raster data is called a raster layer.
Data in Ellipsis Drive can be shared with your audience by setting up the correct status on the map or folder.
Using the access levels offered by Ellipsis Drive, users can control the actions that the audience should be able to do on the shared data. There are different access levels that can be set over a map or a folder.
For each account, Ellipsis Drive has 4 roots. My Drive, Shared With Me, Favorites, and Trash. These roots can contain folders and blocks.
The Ellipsis app has main locations defined in the table below.
Items in Ellipsis Drive can be removed in a reversible or irreversible manner.