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Scilab help >> Graphics > geometric_shapes > xarrows

xarrows

draw a set of arrows

Calling Sequence

xarrows(nx, ny, [arsize, color])

Arguments

nx, ny

real vectors or matrices of same size.

arsize

a real scalar, size of the arrow head. The default value can be obtained by setting arsize to -1.

color

a matrix or scalar. If color is a positive scalar it gives the color to use for all arrows. If it is a negative scalar then the current color is used. If it is a vector color(i) gives the color to use for arrow i.

Description

xarrows draws a set of arrows given by nx and ny. If nx and ny are vectors, the i-th arrow is defined by (nx(i),ny(i))-->(nx(i+1),ny(i+1)). If nx and ny are matrices:

nx=[xi_1 x1_2 ...; xf_1 xf_2 ...]
ny=[yi_1 y1_2 ...; yf_1 yf_2 ...]

the k-th arrow is defined by (xi_k,yi_k)-->(xf_k,yf_k).

xarrows uses the current graphics scale which can be set by calling a high level drawing function such as plot2d.

Examples

x = 2*%pi*(0:7)/8
x1 = [sin(x); 9*sin(x)];
y1 = [cos(x); 9*cos(x)];
plot2d([-10,10], [-10,10], [-1,-1], "022")
xset("clipgrf")
xarrows(x1, y1, -1, [1:7,9]) //8-th color is white
xset("clipoff")
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