GeoSeer Stats

´╗┐This page contains statistics for the layers, and services that are searchable via GeoSeer.
To the best of our knowledge GeoSeer has the largest index of such data, and while it is representative of the global state of OGC services, it's not a complete survey.

Caveat: The numbers below represent the number of layers after clean-up and post-processing (i.e. duplicate removing). The actual number of public layers GeoSeer's index represents is anything from 50-100% higher than the number given below. See this blog post for more information about counting layers.

Index


  1. General Stats
    1. Services Statistics
  2. Top Tens
    1. 10 Top Level Domains with most Layers
    2. 10 Hosts with the most Layers
    3. 10 WMSes with the most Layers
    4. 10 WFSes with the most Layers
    5. 10 WCSes with the most Layers
    6. 10 WMTSes with the most Layers
  3. Glossary


General Stats

See the glossary at the bottom of this page for information on meanings.

Services Statistics
The different types of services, how many of each are out there, and the number of layers there are for each type.

Service TypeNumber of this Service typeNumber of Layers available via this Service type
WMS116,762994,725
WFS37,658335,608
WMTS17,98250,131
WCS13,76873,731
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Top Tens


10 Top Level Domains with most Layers
The ten Top Level Domains (TLDs) with the most layers. Basically, 'Which country has the most layers?'

TLDNumber of Layers
.fr183,148
.de121,749
.gov119,360
.edu95,391
.nl69,225
.org68,435
.es53,548
.com50,475
.pl48,041
.ar46,265

10 Hosts with the most Layers
The 10 hosts that have the most layers. Or 'Who has the most layers?'

Host DomainNumber of Layers
ogc.geo-ide.developpement-durable.gouv.fr83,774
ambiente.caearte.conae.gov.ar25,288
d2bzsyjwknqwf6.cloudfront.net21,682
geowebservices.stanford.edu21,604
mpzp.igeomap.pl19,155
www.juntadeandalucia.es19,153
mapserveur.application.developpement-durable.gouv.fr18,106
www.esrl.noaa.gov16,388
www.sciencebase.gov14,880
geoservicos.ibge.gov.br14,332

10 WMSes with the most Layers
The 10 Web Map Services that have the most layers. You should be able to copy/paste the URL's below into your WMS client of choice.

WMS Service GetCapabilitiesNumber of Layers
https://d2bzsyjwknqwf6.cloudfront.net/21,682
http://ambiente.caearte.conae.gov.ar:80/geoserver/ows?SERVICE=WMS&12,647
https://geowebservices.stanford.edu:443/geoserver/ows?SERVICE=WMS&10,802
http://uslugi.wrotamazowsza.pl:80/geoserver/ows?SERVICE=WMS&7,486
https://wms.nearmap.com/wms?apikey=MDA1YWUzNDItMDg4Zi00ZmM2LWI2YmUtNjViMzIzZjZlNDgy&4,092
http://bhuvannuis.nrsc.gov.in/bhuvan/gwc/service/wms?SERVICE=WMS&3,945
https://svc.pictometry.com/Image/BCC86D0E-4B65-6DC0-91A6-E3B7741D3897/wms?3,732
https://www.sciencebase.gov:443/geoserver/ows?SERVICE=WMS&3,672
https://geoservicos.ibge.gov.br/geoserver/ows?SERVICE=WMS&3,613
http://lipad-fmc.dream.upd.edu.ph:80/geoserver/ows?SERVICE=WMS&3,212

10 WFSes with the most Layers
The 10 Web Feature Services that have the most layers. You should be able to copy/paste the URL's below into your WFS client of choice.

WFS Service GetCapabilitiesNumber of Layers
https://geowebservices.stanford.edu:443/geoserver/wfs8,386
http://ambiente.caearte.conae.gov.ar:80/geoserver/wfs7,006
https://geoservices.rijkswaterstaat.nl/apps/geoserver/wfs4,142
https://geoservicos.ibge.gov.br/geoserver/wfs3,618
http://geoservizi.regione.liguria.it/geoserver/wfs3,506
http://lipad-fmc.dream.upd.edu.ph:80/geoserver/wfs3,211
https://maps-data.nrel.gov/geoserver/wfs3,059
http://geoservicos.ibge.gov.br:80/geoserver/CGEO/wfs2,549
https://maps-public.geo.nyu.edu:443/geoserver/sdr/wfs2,057
https://maps-public.geo.nyu.edu:443/geoserver/wfs2,057

10 WCSes with the most Layers
The 10 Web Coverage Services that have the most layers. You should be able to copy/paste the URL's below into your WCS client of choice.

WCS Service GetCapabilitiesNumber of Layers
http://ambiente.caearte.conae.gov.ar:80/geoserver/wcs?5,635
http://63.33.132.236:8080/geoserver/wcs?5,409
https://geoservices.atmosud.org/geoserver/wcs?3,024
https://geowebservices.stanford.edu:443/geoserver/wcs?2,416
https://tips.noveltis.com/geoserver/ows1,988
https://www.sciencebase.gov:443/geoserver/wcs?1,890
http://gis.lib.virginia.edu:80/geoserver/wcs?1,820
https://www.dov.vlaanderen.be:443/geoserver/wcs?1,365
https://geoportale.lamma.rete.toscana.it/geoserver_clima/wcs?1,183
https://www.geograndest.fr/geoserver/wcs?1,144

10 WMTSes with the most Layers
The 10 Web Map Tile Services that have the most layers. You should be able to copy/paste the URL's below into your WMTS client of choice.

WMTS Service GetCapabilitiesNumber of Layers
http://bhuvannuis.nrsc.gov.in/bhuvan/gwc/service/wmts?3,942
http://ballerup.mapcentia.com/mapcache/ballerup/wmts?2,961
http://wxs.ign.fr/geoportail/wmts?2,251
http://gpp3-wxs.ign.fr/geoportail/wmts?2,021
http://187.174.188.85/geoserver/gwc/service/wmts?1,862
http://odder.mapcentia.com/mapcache/odder/wmts?1,268
http://saana.nsdc.fmi.fi/erdas-iws/ogc/wmts/SuperSWE
http://saana.nsdc.fmi.fi/erdas-iws/ogc/wmts/SuperSWE?
1,151
http://sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu/geoserver/gwc/service/wmts?990
http://pilot.ruimtelijkeplannen.nl/geowebcache/service/wmts?893
http://maps.imr.no/geoserver/gwc/service/wmts?772
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Glossary

Hosts
- These are unique (sub)domains. For example, all of these count as one Host (www.example.com):
  • www.example.com/orange_county/wms
  • www.example.com/roads/wfs
  • www.example.com:8090/grids/ogc
But ogc.example.com would be considered a different host.
Endpoints
- These are the public URLs that Services are available via.
All of these are different Endpoints:
  • example.com/orange_county/
  • example.com/roads/
  • example.com/geoserver/roads/
It is important to note that we remove any Service specific (i.e. WMS/WFS/etc) components for Endpoints.
All of the following only count as one Endpoint (example.com/orange_county/):
  • example.com/orange_county/wms/
  • example.com/orange_county/wfs/
  • example.com/orange_county/ogc/
Services
- A Service is a URL that is serving one of WMS, WFS, WCS or WMTS. Services are basically Endpoints with the service-specific parts left in.
These are all different Services:
  • example.com/orange_county/wms
  • example.com/orange_county/wfs
  • example.com/roads/wms
Layers
- An individual data layer within a Service. Meaningless layers are not counted, nor are duplicate layers that are the same across an Endpoint.
See this blog post for more information about counting layers.
These are all different Layers:
  • example.com/layers/wms - Roads
  • example.com/layers/wms - Trees
  • example.com/layers/wfs - Roads
  • example.com/services/ogc - Roads
Distinct Layers
- If a layer is accessible from the same endpoint but via different services, we count that as a single distinct layer.
See this blog post for more information about counting layers.
These are all one Distinct Layer (Roads):
  • example.com/layers/wms - Roads (via WMS)
  • example.com/layers/wfs - Roads (via WFS)
  • example.com/layers/wmts - Roads (via WMTS)
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This page created on: 2019-04-15