# Use Geographic Plots in tiledlayout without multiple axis

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F Schmid am 5 Mai 2022
Beantwortet: Steve Eddins am 6 Mai 2022
I want to create a tiledlayout with multiple geographic plots. When I create a layout there are two axis showing. This mistake was also in https://de.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/1666249-how-do-i-draw-with-the-geoaxes-geoplot-function-on-the-axes-created-with-the-tiledlayout-function#answer_912699 but no one noticed.
t = tiledlayout('flow');
nexttile
gax1 = geoaxes(t);
gax1. Layout.Tile = 1; % tile location
geoplot(gax1, [47.62 61.20],[-122.33 -149.90],'g-*')
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Steve Eddins am 6 Mai 2022
From the doc for nexttile: "nexttile creates an axes object and places it into the next empty tile of the tiled chart layout that is in the current figure." So, I think your call to nexttile created an axes and placed it in the first slot in the flow layout. Then, when you called geoaxes(t), that created a second axes, a geoaxes, and placed it in the second slot in the flow layout.
I recommend that you take out the call to nexttile.
t = tiledlayout('flow');
gax1 = geoaxes(t);
gax1. Layout.Tile = 1; % tile location
geoplot(gax1, [47.62 61.20],[-122.33 -149.90],'g-*')
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