You have collected your data, loaded it into Matlab , analyzed everything to death, and now you want to make a simple map showing how it relates to the world. Instead you have to figure out how to save all your data, and then read it into another program (like, for example GMT ), and then spend all that extra time figuring out why it doesn't give you what you expected it would...or you can invest in Matlab's own mapping toolbox (with a similarly steep learning curve)... or not! A number of examples have been given to highlight the various capabilities of M_Map (thumbnails are shown above). You can also get m_namebox (a set of utilities for automatically adding names to your map), through its home page at http://www.nersc.no/~even/ . ), and then spend all that extra time figuring out why it doesn't give you what you expected it would...or you can invest in Matlab's own mapping toolbox (with a similarly steep learning curve)... or not! (Click on these links to download). If you are unpacking the zip file MAKE SURE YOU ALSO UNPACK SUBDIRECTORIES! Both are around 250k in size. Once you have this archive, read the A number of people have helped out with suggestions, code fixes, etc. I am especially grateful for the work done by E. Firing, D. Byrne, M. Mann, J. Pringle, and J. E. Nilsen who have all contributed code. Source.


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