I don’t know if this is a bug, or if the hvplot is behaving as designed. My intention is to have a geographical map with latitudes and longitudes in the hover information and tiles with an irregular grid.
If the grid I use is regular, there is no problem, it uses Image and works fine (tiles and coordinates information in hover):
However, if it’s irregular, I need to use QuadMesh, the map appears correctly, but that’s where my problems start. In the hover information, ordinal numbers appear instead of latitudes and longitudes.
If I use the projection option to transform them into latitudes and longitudes, hover appears correctly, but the tiles option is ignored and they are not shown.
ds["air"].isel(time=0).hvplot.quadmesh(geo=True, tiles=True, projection=ccrs.PlateCarree())
Is there a way to use QuadMesh with latitudes and longitudes in the hover information and use the tiles option at the same time as you can with Image? I hope I’ve made myself clear.
Sample data is taken from air_temperature.nc dataset (xarray-data github repository). And my packages versiones (from conda-forge):