generates a map on which the locations loci are indicated.
generates a map showing several lists of locations.
Details and Options
- The loci can be GeoPosition objects or Entity objects representing entities with geographic coordinates, such as countries that extend over regions.
- The geometric constructs supported by GeoListPlot include Rectangle, Polygon, Disk, GeoDisk.
- GeoListPlot evaluates to a GeoGraphics object.
- GeoListPlot takes the same options as GeoGraphics, with the following additions and changes:
GeoLabels None whether to label locations with their names Joined False whether to join consecutive locations LabelStyle Automatic graphics directives to determine style of labels PlotMarkers Automatic how to mark locations PlotStyle Automatic graphics directives to determine style of the loci
- The following settings for GeoLabels can be used:
Automatic add text labels to graphical output None add no labels func apply the function func
- The arguments supplied to functions in GeoLabels are graphicsi, regi, and EntityValue[regi,"Position"], where graphicsi is the Graphics or GeoGraphics object that marks regi, by default either a Point or a Polygon.
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Basic Examples (3)
GeoListPlot works with annotated locations:
Individual labels and styles on locations will override LabelStyle:
Use a GeoMarker to mark cities:
Plot locations of strong earthquakes given by an EventSeries:
Properties & Relations (7)
Use GeoBubbleChart to show values with scaled bubbles:
Use GeoRegionValuePlot to show values with colored regions:
Use GeoHistogram to aggregate locations into bins:
Use GeoSmoothHistogram to generate smooth densities from locations:
Draw contours on a map with GeoContourPlot:
Smoothly shade a map using color with GeoDensityPlot:
Neat Examples (2)
Use WolframAlpha to highlight the countries with the highest population: