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Asked by Brett
on 14 Nov 2012

Hello Matlab community, I am trying to draw an arrow. I am using Psychtoolbox and there doesn't seem to be a specific command for arrows or triangles. I know how to draw a line:

line = [X-3,Y-40,X+3,Y+40]; Screen('FillRect',window,[200,200,200], line');

So if someone knows the code to draw a triangle I can merge it with the code for a line to draw an arrow. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Brett

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Answer by Image Analyst
on 14 Nov 2012

Are you aware of the annotation() function?

annotation('line',x,y) annotation('arrow',x,y) annotation('doublearrow',x,y) annotation('textarrow',x,y) annotation('textbox',[x y w h]) annotation('ellipse',[x y w h]) annotation('rectangle',[x y w h]) annotation(figure_handle,...)

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Image Analyst
on 9 Apr 2014

At all? Or just with some figure created by the Psychtoolbox (which is not a Mathworks product and I don't have)? Does this draw an arrow for you:

plot(1:10, 'LineWidth', 2); grid on; annotation('arrow', [.21, .5], [.85, .5], 'LineWidth', 2);

Answer by sina farahi
on 9 Apr 2014

usage: Arrow(dot,vector); note: This function draw an arrow (head lines have pi/6 angle and the length of l/5) example: Arrow([10;11;12],[0.2;20;25]);

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