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"Els " <y.e.t.reeuwijk@student.utwente.nl> wrote in message <hsp5b0$3se$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> This is indeed the problem, because I am using a small ellipsoid, which does not look like the earth. Now I just copied the formulas I used from the times I used a simple sphere, and it looks really crap. 
> 
> @ us, plotting a line is not the difficulty here. It is the formula behind it, probably being an integral I am curious about. 

yes, i realize that i misunderstood your problem...
sorry for confusion...

us