axesm-based maps; set properties of
Access and Modify
axesm-Based Map Properties
|Query projection structure of current |
|Query properties of |
|Determine if axes is |
|Set figure properties for printing |
|Set properties of |
Manage Objects on
|Clear current |
|Clear graphics objects from |
|Handles of objects on |
|GUI for selecting objects on |
|Hide objects on |
|Determine if object is projected on |
|Names of objects on |
|Show objects on |
Display Maps Using
- Introduction to Mapping Graphics
Mapping Toolbox™ display functions are extensions of MATLAB® graphics that automatically optimize the map display. The functions accept data with geographic coordinates instead of Cartesian or polar coordinates.
- axesm-Based Maps
axesm-based map (previously called map axes) contains standard properties of MATLAB graphics axes, with additional properties related to projections, scale, and positioning in geographic coordinates.
- Continent, Country, Region, and State Maps Made Easy
You can create a map of a region, such as a continent, country, or group of states, using a projection automatically determined to suit the region being displayed.
Change Projection of
- Switch Between Projections
You can change the map projection. Usually the new map projection displays the same part of the world, and you can adjust the
axesm-based map properties to refine the map appearance.
- Reprojection of Graphics Objects
Many objects on
axesm-based maps can be automatically reprojected based on changes to the map projection or to some map properties.
- Change Map Projections Using geoshow
You can display geospatial data on a regular axes, not an
axesm-based map, using a linear mapping of longitude and latitude to x- and y-coordinates.