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Feedback: Mapping in Jupyter #3

iandow opened this issue Jun 28, 2017 · 7 comments

Feedback: Mapping in Jupyter #3

iandow opened this issue Jun 28, 2017 · 7 comments


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iandow commented Jun 28, 2017

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@iandow iandow changed the title Feedback: Mapping in Jupiter Feedback: Mapping in Jupyter Jun 28, 2017
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Looks great! You might want to also try out an example using scattermapbox in plotly. Here are the docs:

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iandow commented Jun 28, 2017

Scattermapbox looks great! Thanks for the fyi.

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THANK YOU for this excellent introduction.
Trying to recreate your examples; can you point us to "california.jpg"? Likewise for any other media assets in your demos. Maybe put a link directly in the notebook. Thanks...

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Hi there!

I was trying to use a png map of HK to pinpoint the values of airbnb apartment, but I can only get the map (HK map), not the points! Any idea why? Providing the code and the data here, thanks!

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.image as mpimg
hk_img=mpimg.imread('C:\\Users\\Filippo Sebastio\\Desktop\\hk.png')
ax = df.plot(kind="scatter", x="longitude", y="latitude", figsize=(10,7),
                       s=df.accommodates*10, label="population",
                       c=df.price, cmap=plt.get_cmap("jet"),
                       colorbar=False, vmin=0, vmax=10000,
plt.imshow(hk_img, extent=[-113.94, -114.32, 22.22, 22.37], alpha=0.2)
plt.ylabel("Latitude", fontsize=14)
plt.xlabel("Longitude", fontsize=14)

prices = df.price
tick_values = np.linspace(prices.min(), prices.max(), 11)
cbar = plt.colorbar()["$%dk"%(round(v/100)) for v in tick_values], fontsize=14)
cbar.set_label('Price', fontsize=16)


the data

    id   latitude   longitude property_type   price  accommodates  \

0 69074 22.283516 114.150177 Apartment 1413.0 3
1 101765 22.200224 114.134608 Townhouse 432.0 1
2 103760 22.284074 114.155696 Apartment 856.0 6
3 132773 22.288679 114.144944 Apartment 1060.0 6
4 133390 22.283435 114.155392 Apartment 942.0 2
5 163664 22.286511 114.148743 Apartment 699.0 6
6 163742 22.286944 114.148551 Apartment 777.0 6
7 174574 22.303882 114.008875 Apartment 1578.0 8
8 228510 22.309835 114.169112 Apartment 699.0 2
9 248140 22.282905 114.151365 Apartment 1091.0 2

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jm2dev commented Jun 12, 2019

Regarding the missing california.png file, I just dowloaded a png map of California and save it next to my notebook.

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Montz508 commented Feb 8, 2021

First of all, thank you @iandow for sharing this exercise! Got really excited after finishing it.
Used the Matplot Lib, it's the one i'm most commonly used to. Also thanks to @robianmcd for sharing the California.png
Really helped me learning a bit more :)

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