First off, really enjoying working with Plotly, I’ve run into a bit of a roadblock though and I can’t find the answer in the API…
Is there any way to significantly increase the scale that a Scattergeo figure can be zoomed into please? I have a map in a Jupyter notebook, and I’ve plotted points on it, but my points are only approx… 100 m apart, and I can’t seem to zoom in enough to distinguish between them.
I’ve tried increasing the “resolution” attribute of the “layout” dict but haven’t noticed any difference in zooming capability.
Is it possible to increase the zooming limits of a Plotly figure please?
Many thanks in advance!
trace = dict(
lon = df[‘Longitude’],
lat = df[‘Latitude’],
lyt = dict(geo = dict(lonaxis=dict(showgrid=True), showland=True, showocean=True, showcountries=True, projection = dict(scale=1)))
map = go.Figure(data = [trace], layout = lyt)