I have a basemap figure where data is placed atop, which can be in any number of differing projections. However, when I plot a line over it using pyplot.plot, the line doesn’t show unless I’m using the cylindrical equidistant projection.
From what I gather this is a limitation of the plot command. Can anyone confirm this? Is this a limitation in that the ‘cyl’ projection is assumed by pyplot.plot?
I saw a post that mentioned that a projection kwarg would not be added to the plot command. Does this mean that the plot command will realize the projection of the gca basemap?
Bruce W. Ford