Turf uses GeoJSON for all geographic data. Turf expects the data to be standard WGS84 longitude, latitude coordinates. Check out for a tool to easily create this data.

Most Turf functions work with GeoJSON features. These are are pieces of data that represent a collection of properties (e.g., population, elevation, zipcode) along with a geometry. GeoJSON has several geometry types such as: Point, LineString Polygon. Turf provides a few geometry functions of its own. These are nothing more than simple (and optional) wrappers that output plain old GeoJSON. For example, these two methods of creating a point are functionally equivalent:

var point1 = turf.point(0,0);
var point2 = {
  type: 'Feature',
  geometry: {
    type: 'Point',
    coordinates: [0, 0]
  properties: {}