Heatmap, how to put a particular condition?

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Emiliano Ascenzi
Emiliano Ascenzi on 28 Jan 2020
Answered: Nikhil Sonavane on 31 Jan 2020
Given a table with 3 columns (A,B,C), I have discretized A and B like this:
%%%%%% Discretization
bins = 0:0.0003:0.25
X = t.longitude_avg
NuovaX = bins(discretize(X,bins))
bins2 = 0:0.0003:0.25
Y = t.latitude_avg
NuovaY = bins2(discretize(Y,bins2))
I need to represent A and B on a heatmap with "heat" on the map depending on the mean of values of C on every bin of the map.
How can i express cdata to do this?
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Mohammad Sami
Mohammad Sami on 29 Jan 2020
If your variable C is a continous variable, heatmap function does except a color variable
You can change the colormap for a different coloring scheme.

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Nikhil Sonavane
Nikhil Sonavane on 31 Jan 2020
You may refer to the documentation of heatmap for more details.

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