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If you look at the structure of the Polygon, it seems there is an extra level of {} that needs to be removed Short@stdpoly (* Polygon[{{{49.0021,-122.758},<<2620>>}}] *) So you can use FlattenAt to remove that layer of brackets, stdpoly2=FlattenAt[stdpoly,{1,1}]; Short@stdpoly (* Polygon[{{{49.0021,-122.758},<<2620>>}}] *) The ...


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Say that list data contains triples of {latitude,longitude,altitude}. One possible visualisation uses ListPointPlot3D as follows. ListPointPlot3D[ data, Filling -> Bottom, BoxRatios -> {Automatic, Automatic, 0.04}, RotationAction -> "Clip", ColorFunction -> (ColorData["Rainbow", 2.5 (#3 - 0.6)] &)]


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There is definitely a bug in the color function rescaling of GeoRegionValuePlot. Here is an even simpler instance of the problem, {GeoRegionValuePlot[{Entity["Country", "Greenland"] -> 1, Entity["Country", "Brazil"] -> 5., Entity["Country", "Afghanistan"] -> 20}, ColorFunction -> "BlueGreenYellow"], ...



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