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Commit 54f99915 authored by Marco Berzborn's avatar Marco Berzborn
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added map projection plot to itaCoordinates

parent 7da59827
function varargout = plot_map_projection(this, varargin)
%PLOT_MAP_PROJECTION - Plot a map projection of data on a sphere
% This function plots a map projection for a dataset on a full or
% partial spherical surface
%
% Syntax:
% plot_map_projection(this, data, options)
%
% Options (default):
% 'proj' ('wagner4') : Specifies the projection type (See mapping toolbox documentation for supported projections)
% 'phi0' (0) : Longitute angle phi0 = 0 -> x-axis at origin of the map
% 'shading' ('interp') : Specifies the shading algorithm
% 'db' (false) : db plot
% 'limits' ([]) : Colorbar limits
%
% Example:
% plot_map_projection(this, data, 'db', 'limits', [-50, 0])
%
% See also:
% itaCoordinates, ita_sph_sampling, surf, scatter
%
% Reference page in Help browser
% <a href="matlab:doc plot_map_projection">doc plot_map_projection</a>
% <ITA-Toolbox>
% This file is part of the ITA-Toolbox. Some rights reserved.
% You can find the license for this m-file in the license.txt file in the ITA-Toolbox folder.
% </ITA-Toolbox>
% Author: Marco Berzborn -- Email: marco.berzborn@akustik.rwth-aachen.de
% Created: 06-Jun-2017
sArgs = struct('pos1_data','double',...
'phi0',0,...
'proj','wagner4',...
'db',false,...
'shading','interp',...
'limits',[],...
'fgh',[],...
'colormap',[]);
[data,sArgs] = ita_parse_arguments(sArgs,varargin);
% convert to longitude, latitude coordinates required by the mapping toolbox
[azi,ele,~] = cart2sph(this.x,this.y,this.z);
lat = ele*180/pi;
% if phi0 = 0, x = 1 is the origin of the map at lat = 0, lon = 0
lon = (azi-sArgs.phi0)*180/pi;
% longitude, latitude limits for the plot
latLim = [min(lat),max(lat)];
lonLim = [min(lon),max(lon)];
if isempty(sArgs.fgh)
sArgs.fgh = figure();
end
% project sampling coordinates
mstruct = defaultm(sArgs.proj);
mstruct.origin = [0,0];
mstruct = defaultm(mstruct);
mstruct.maplonlimit = lonLim;
mstruct.maplatlimit = latLim;
mstruct.flinewidth = 1;
mstruct.flatlimit = latLim;
mstruct.flonlimit = lonLim;
[x,y] = mfwdtran(mstruct,lat,lon);
LatTicks = 0:30:latLim(2);
LatTicks = [-fliplr(30:30:abs(latLim(1))),LatTicks(1:end)];
LonTicks = 0:50:lonLim(2);
LonTicks = [-fliplr(50:50:abs(lonLim(1))),LonTicks(1:end)];
[latTicks,lonTicks] = meshgrid(latLim(1),LonTicks);
[XTicks,~] = mfwdtran(mstruct,latTicks,lonTicks);
[latTicks,lonTicks] = meshgrid(LatTicks,lonLim(2));
[~,YTicks] = mfwdtran(mstruct,latTicks,lonTicks);
% calculate delaunay triangulation for the meshgrid
tri = delaunay(x,y);
if sArgs.db
data = 20*log10(abs(data));
else
data = abs(data);
end
trisurf(tri,x,y,data);
cb = colorbar;
cb.Label.String = 'Magnitude';
if ~isempty(sArgs.limits)
caxis(sArgs.limits);
end
% use custom colormap if given
if ~isempty(sArgs.colormap)
colormap(sArgs.fgh,sArgs.colormap);
end
% set shading, will be set to interpolate by default
shading(sArgs.shading);
% change view to top view
view([0,90])
% create axes corresponding to the chosen map projection
axh = axesm(sArgs.proj, ...
'MapLatLim', latLim, ...
'MapLonLim', lonLim, ...
'Grid','on', ...
'Frame','on', ...
'LabelFormat','none', ...
'PLineLocation',30, ...
'MLineLocation',50, ...
'Origin',[0,0]);
axh.YLim = latLim * pi/180;
axh.XLim = lonLim * pi/180;
% set ticks
axh.YTick = YTicks;
axh.YTickLabels = LatTicks;
axh.XTick = XTicks;
axh.XTickLabels = LonTicks;
axh.YTickLabel = strcat(axh.YTickLabel, '^\circ');
axh.XTickLabel = strcat(axh.XTickLabel, '^\circ');
% set labels for x- and y-axes
axh.YLabel.String = 'Latitude';
axh.XLabel.String = 'Longitude';
if nargout
varargout{1} = sArgs.fgh;
end
%end function
end
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