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Combination of surface-fitting and geoshow

Combination of surface-fitting and geoshow

Combination of surface-fitting and geoshow


I have a combination-problem with Matlab. I´m new in using Matlab and therefore I dont know how to find a solution. But I need urgently help with this:
I have approximately 80 measuring points distributed in europe. for example we have for each point the values of longitude, latitude and temperature. these values we can summarize in different vectors.
Now i can create easyly with the surface-fitting-tool a 3D-Map of the temperature at different coordinates in europe. the highest temperature is shown in red, the lowest in blue...
Next i can create with the commands "loadmap europe" and geoshow(...)" a map of Europe with the different measuring-points shown as red crosses.

Now i would like to connect the both grafics. meaning create a map in 2D of europe with colours for the temperatures (more red in the south)and the measuring-points...

Is that possible? How?

thanks for your help

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