Hi, so I’m messing around with making a map of California with a Lambert Conic Projection (my eventual goal is to make maps of the maidenhead locator for various states), unfortunately it’s at an angle unless I manually adjust the “parallels” (I assume this designates the center of the projection somehow). I specify the region with the string “US,CA”, is there any way I can get the bounds or center of a named region without having to find it manually?
here’s my code so far
using GMT coast( region="US.CA", proj=(name=:lambertConic, parallels=[37 -36]), frame=:g, area=100, land=:gray, water=:white, borders=( (type=1, pen=(0.5, :black)), (type=2, pen=(0.5, :black)) ), inc="10m", show=true )
edit: so it does what I want if I don’t specify a projection, but I would still like to know the answer in case I do want to specify a projection.