Exactly. But I do not understand why some map projectionsautomatically
adjust the data and others don't.
On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 3:53 PM, Jeff Whitaker <jswhit@...> wrote:
> On 12/18/11 1:33 PM, Alexis Praga wrote:
>> I may have found an issue with some map projections.When I try to plot
>> markers on a given map, and change the center ofprojection, the
>> markers' coordinates are not remapped correctly.If the marker's
>> coordinates are not inside the new boundaries, it issimply not
>> displayed in some cases.For example, remapping does work with Robin's
>> projection and does notwith Miller's.I have attached a small example.
>> Thanks !
>> Alexis Praga
> Alexis: It looks like the coordinates you are plotting with scatter are
> between longitudes -180 and 180, and the map projection goes from 0 to 360.
> Adjust your coordinates to lie within 0 and 360, and they will show up.
> This behavior will be map projection dependent - it will only show up in the
> cylindrical projections where the x coordinate is longitude.