Source code for trackintel.visualization.positionfixes

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import warnings
from trackintel.visualization.osm import plot_osm_streets
from trackintel.visualization.util import regular_figure, save_fig
from trackintel.geogr.distances import check_gdf_planar

[docs]def plot_positionfixes(positionfixes, out_filename=None, plot_osm=False, axis=None): """Plots positionfixes (optionally to a file). If you specify ``plot_osm=True`` this will use ``osmnx`` to plot streets below the positionfixes. Depending on the extent of your data, this might take a long time. The data gets transformed to wgs84 for the plotting. Parameters ---------- positionfixes : GeoDataFrame (as trackintel positionfixes) The positionfixes to plot. out_filename : str, optional The file to plot to, if this is not set, the plot will simply be shown. plot_osm : bool, default False If this is set to True, it will download an OSM street network and plot below the staypoints. axis : matplotlib.pyplot.Artist, optional axis on which to draw the plot Examples -------- >>> pfs.as_positionfixes.plot('output.png', plot_osm=True) """ if axis is None: _, ax = regular_figure() else: ax = axis _, positionfixes = check_gdf_planar(positionfixes, transform=True) if plot_osm: west = positionfixes.geometry.x.min() east = positionfixes.geometry.x.max() north = positionfixes.geometry.y.max() south = positionfixes.geometry.y.min() plot_osm_streets(north, south, east, west, ax) positionfixes.plot(ax=ax, markersize=0.5, zorder=2) ax.set_aspect("equal", adjustable="box") if out_filename is not None: save_fig(out_filename, formats=["png"]) elif axis is None: