|Buffer zones for latitude-longitude polygons|
|Close all rings in multipart polygon|
|Field values from structure array|
|Insert points along date line to pole|
|Densify latitude-longitude sampling in lines or polygons|
|Interpolate latitude at given longitude|
|Interpolate longitude at given latitude|
|True if polygon or line has multiple parts|
|Intersections of circles and lines in Cartesian plane|
|Trim lines to latitude-longitude quadrangle|
|Trim polygons to latitude-longitude quadrangle|
|Convert line or polygon parts from cell arrays to vector form|
|Merge line segments with matching endpoints|
|Convert line or polygon parts from vector form to cell arrays|
|Reduce density of points in vector data|
|Clean up NaN separators in polygons and lines|
|True if polygon vertices are in clockwise order|
|Convert polygon contour to counterclockwise vertex ordering|
|Convert polygon contour to clockwise vertex ordering|
|Convert polygonal region to patch faces and vertices|
|Set operations on polygonal regions|
|Intersection points for lines or polygon edges|
This example shows how to display vector map data and examine vector data values.
This example shows how to identify line or patch segments and how to separate or join individual polygon or line segments.
This example shows how to link line segments into
polygons using the
This example shows how to interpolate values in a set of vertices using the
This example shows how to interpolate coordinates at specific locations using
This example shows how to overlay polygons using set logic.
This example shows how to remove longitude coordinate discontinuities at date line crossings.
This example shows how to generate a buffer zone internal
to a land area polygon using the
This example shows how to trim vectors to form lines and polygons using the
Filter a vector data set to remove data outside a region of interest.
This example shows how to simplify polygon and line
data using the
This example shows how to calculate the intersections of arbitrary vector data, such as polylines or polygons, using the
Vector geodata consists of sequentially ordered pairs of geographic (latitude, longitude) or projected (x,y) coordinate pairs.
A buffer zone is the area within a specified distance of a map feature. The shape of the buffer zone depends on the type of geodata or feature.
Geographic data interpolation provides information about topography between sampled data points.
Polygon objects allow standard set operations.
Eliminate visually redundant coordinates to remove unnecessary detail, and to speed and stylize map displays.
Geographic objects represented by vector data might or might not be formatted as polygons.
Calculate the intersections of vector data, circles, and rhumb lines.
A geographic data structure is a structure array with one element per geographic feature.
Vector data can represent entities of different dimensionality.