Hi, I wonder if theres a good solution for changing the y_range and x_range of a gps plot.
If I set the x- and y_ranges based on an area I want to show (eg. an area containing all my points in a dataset), there is a wrong spect ratio, which of course makes sense, due to the mercator projection.
If I zoom in and the next higher “zoom-level tile” is loaded, the aspect ration “snaps” to the correct one.
However, I want to have an optimal view right at the beginning, since in some cases, I wont touch the plots, but save them as a file directly.
fig_map = figure(x_range=(-2000000, 6000000), y_range=(-1000000, 7000000), x_axis_type="mercator", y_axis_type="mercator") tile_provider = get_provider(CARTODBPOSITRON_RETINA) fig_map.add_tile(tile_provider) show(fig_map) # somewhere later: This causes a wrong stretching of the map until I manually zoom in. fig_map.y_range.start = df['Latitude'].min() fig_map.y_range.end = df['Latitude'].max() fig_map.x_range.start = df['Longitude'].min() fig_map.x_range.end = df['Longitude'].max()
Is there a way to somehow pad the axis range to the correct map aspect ratio (which to my understanding should be dependent on the current Latitude value range of the plot)?