|GeographicAxes Properties||Control geographic axes appearance and behavior|
|GeographicBubbleChart Properties||Control geographic bubble chart appearance and behavior|
|GeographicRuler Properties||Control appearance and behavior of axis with geographic values|
|GeographicScalebar Properties||Control appearance and behavior of scale bar in geographic axes|
|DensityPlot Properties||Control appearance and behavior of density plot|
If you have data that is associated with specific geographic locations, use a geographic axes or chart to visualize your data on a map and provide visual context.
The geographic axes and charts plot data over a map. You can pan and zoom in and out on the map.
If you hover over a data item displayed in a geographic axes, you can view a data tip that contains information about the data item.
You can change the latitude and longitude limits of the map in a geographic axes or chart programmatically using the geolimits function.
This example shows how to use Geographic Axes properties to customize its layout.
The geographic axes and chart functions plot data over a map, called a basemap.
When you access a basemap over the internet, the geographic axes or chart caches the basemap tiles to improve performance.
Geographic axes and charts plot data over a basemap. You can download these basemaps and install them on your local system.
Often, the geographic axes or chart requires an internet connection to retrieve basemap data from the MathWorks®. This topic describes how to check your connection.
This example shows how to view cyclone tracking data in a geographic density plot.
This example shows how to use a geographic density plot to view the density of cellular tower placement in California.
You can deploy a MATLAB® application that uses a geographic axes or chart.