In a geographic bubble chart, a data tip is a small window that pops open when you hover over an item displayed. The data tip contains information about the variable data represented by the data item, such as its latitude and longitude. On geographic bubble charts, the data tip capability is enabled by default.
To view a data tip, position the cursor over a data item on the chart and hover there. The geographic bubble chart displays the data tip associated with the variable represented in the plot.
For example, to get information about the largest bubble in this geographic bubble
chart, hover over the large orange bubble. The data tip includes the latitude,
longitude, maximum wave height, and cause the bubble represents. Because the call to
geobubble that created this chart specified the table that holds
the data, the data tip includes the row in the table represented by the bubble and uses
the table variable names.