Create beautiful maps just by adding an interactive basemap layer to your plot:
Proportional Symbol Map¶
Combine Layers on Map
The following ggplot2 geometries can be used with interactive maps:
Use a Basemap That is Right for You ¶
Use quality Lets-Plot vector basemaps or choose among many raster map tiles available through 3rd party providers.
Learn more: Configuring Basemap Tiles for Interactive Maps.
Create maps in PyCharm with the help of Lets-Plot in SciView plugin.
Learn more: GeoPandas Support.
GGBunch shows a collection of plots on one figure. Each plot in the collection can have an arbitrary location and size.
You can customize the content, values formatting and appearance of tooltip for any geometry layer in your plot. Learn more.
R, Python, what’s next? Right. Lets-Plot Kotlin API enables data visualization in JVM and Kotlin/JS applications as well as in scientific notebooks like Jupyter and Datalore.
Lets-Plot supports formatting of numeric and date-time values in tooltips, legends, on the axes and text geometry layer. Learn more.
Sampling is a special technique of data transformation, which helps to deal with large datasets and overplotting. Learn more.
Interactive maps allow zooming and panning around your geospatial data with customizable vector or raster basemaps as a backdrop. Learn more.
Export to SVG and HTML
ggsave() function is an easy way to export plot to a file in SVG or HTML formats.
offline=True will be working without an Internet connection. Learn more.