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Moon Datta
Moon Datta on 25 Jun 2015
Edited: Chad Greene on 25 Jun 2015
I am using a code as below for a geoshow plot-----
figure1 = figure; load coast; axes1 = axes('Parent',figure1,'FontSize',12,'DataAspectRatio',[1 1 1],'CLim',[0 4000]); box(axes1,'on'); grid(axes1,'on');
geoshow(lat, long,'Color', 'black'); geoshow(latpr, longpr,'Color', 'blue'); geoshow(Lat_receiver,Lon_receiver,'DisplayType','point','Marker','.','MarkerSize', 30,'MarkerEdgeColor', 'green');
latpr, longpr is the set of data of a path that I want to show. Now I want to insert a text in the plot that is lat, long of the starting point (latpr(1,1), longpr(1,1)) and of the last point(latpr(end,1), longpr(end,1)).
How to insert the text?
Thanks in advance!

Answers (2)

Chad Greene
Chad Greene on 25 Jun 2015
Edited: Chad Greene on 25 Jun 2015
Use textm, which works exactly like text, but in geocoordinates:
textm(latpr(1,1), longpr(1,1),'starting point')
You can also add formatting:
textm(latpr(end,1),longpr(end,1),'ending point',...
'fontweight','bold',...
'color','red',...
'fontsize',40,...
'horizontalalignment,'center',...
'verticalalignment','middle',...
'backgroundcolor','blue')

Purushottama Rao
Purushottama Rao on 25 Jun 2015
text(0.5,0.5,'data')
will display data string according to 0.5 nd 0.5

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