How do I export a table (CSV) without .geo and system:index in Google Earth Engine?

These two parameters are automatically added when I make a feature.

What I'm trying to do is extract some properties from Image Collection and export CSV of them.

var featColl = someImgCollection.map(function (image) {
    var someValA = image.get("someValueA");
    var someValB = image.get("someValueB");
    var object = {
        someValueA: someValA,
        someValueB: someValB
    var feature = ee.Feature(null, object);  
    return feature;

    collection: featureCollection,
    fileFormat: 'CSV'

Then I'd like to remove "system:index" and ".geo" from the result.

system:index someValueA someValueB .geo
2020_01_01 20 34
2020_01_02 14 21

2 Answers 2


You simply provide an array of the properties/columns you want exported in the selectors property.

var collection = ee.FeatureCollection([
  ee.Feature(ee.Geometry.Point([0, 0]), {
    foo: 'A',
    bar: 'B'

    collection: collection,
    selectors: ['foo', 'bar']


  • Thank you! It's a useful option. I'm ashamed of myself spending some time without checking docs well and also sorry for the duplicated questions, I just found. gis.stackexchange.com/questions/348606/…
    – leccmo
    Commented May 28, 2021 at 8:09

I have a solution using .select() for when you are dealing with a lot of properties. If you just want to select all except exporting the .geo values to the csv, you can try this one:

var collection = ee.FeatureCollection([ee.Feature(ee.Geometry.Polygon(
    [[[-54.11113281250001, 37.461515212585624],
      [-54.46269531250001, 36.760625534542804],
      [-54.37480468750001, 35.41116773646161],
      [-49.80449218750001, 35.482768058471024],
      [-50.59550781250001, 38.91214931918128],
      [-54.46269531250001, 38.224974683387785]]]),  {
foo: 'A',
bar: 'B',
foo2: 'A',
bar2: 'B',
foo3: 'A',
bar3: 'B'  })]);

collection: collection.select(['.*'],null,false)});

Please find the test link here: https://code.earthengine.google.com/b89b4a3bf5dd258e61e7e99d5fd43d79

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