DRAWBRACE Draw curly brace on current figure
DRAWBRACE([X1, Y1], [X2, Y2]) draws a curly brace from the point [X1,
Y1] to the point [X2, Y2]
DRAWBRACE([X1,Y1], [X2,Y2], W) draws a brace using the brace width W.
DRAWBRACE(..., 'Param1', 'Value1', 'Param2', 'Value2') draws a brace
using the LineSeries property values specified by 'Param1'/'Value1',
'Param2'/'Value2', ... .
H = DRAWBRACE(...) returns the LineSeries handle to the brace.
H = drawbrace([0 0], [1 1], 20, 'Color', 'k')
This works perfectly, but does not allow for any part of the brace to be outside of the gca (the code still works, but does not show).
Really helpful! Thanks!
I also wanted the brace to point downward, so I tried reversing x1 and x2 (e.g., drawbrace([2 1],[1 1]) instead of drawbrace([1 1],[2 1])). It worked.
Really useful. Should be built in. Here is a way to use mouse clicks to determine the placement of a horizontal brace (left to right).
x = ginput(2); % Click on the left and right location you want the brace to cover
h = drawbrace([x(1,1) x(1,2)], [x(2,1) x(1,2)]); % Plot the brace
set(h, 'clipping', 'off', 'color', 'k'); % Change some of the line properties
I works very well; thanks.
How can I have the curly brace pointing downwards?
i like it! i guess it wouldn't be hard to do it, but it would be nice to have a property if the curly bracket looks upward or downward.
Thanks for the nice submission.
Add the possibility to give z-coordinates as well to produce 3d braces and I'll upgrade to 5 stars.
I was using your drawbrace function and it is very useful, can you also implement a parameter to control the height of the curly brace?