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Subplot with geobasemap and boxplot

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Elizabeth Ramsey
Elizabeth Ramsey on 14 Jul 2021
Edited: Elizabeth Ramsey on 14 Jul 2021
I'm trying to create a plot with a boxplot on one side and a geobasemap on the second. Is this possible?

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ANKUR KUMAR
ANKUR KUMAR on 14 Jul 2021
You can do it easily using subplot.
subplot(1,2,1)
boxplot(randi(100,1,500));
subplot(1,2,2)
tsunamis = readtable('tsunamis.xlsx');
geobubble(tsunamis,'Latitude','Longitude','SizeVariable','MaxHeight')
geobasemap colorterrain
Just for the better appearance
figure
subplot(1,3,1)
boxplot(randi(100,1,500));
subplot(1,3,[2,3])
tsunamis = readtable('tsunamis.xlsx');
geobubble(tsunamis,'Latitude','Longitude','SizeVariable','MaxHeight')
geobasemap colorterrain
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dpb
dpb on 14 Jul 2021
I don't have mapping TB to play with but I'd venture tiledlayout would work even better than subplot

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