Larsen, Jesper wrote:
> Hi matplotlib-users,
> I have an application in which regions that are not known beforehand
> are defined and plotted. When the application plots a region a Basemap
> instance is created. My datasets define longitudes from 0 to 360. When
> regions cross the Greenwich meridian I try to make a Basemap like this:
> m = Basemap(350, -10, 10, 10)
> print m.aspect
> But this results in negative aspect ratios. How would you handle that?
> Will I have to make extra checks for whether the region crosses the 0
> meridian and add 360 to all longitudes > 0 or do you have a better
> (i.e. create m = Basemap(350, -10, 370, 10))
Jesper: Yes, that should work fine.
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