Draw arrows between pairs of points.
arrows(x0, y0, x1 = x0, y1 = y0, length = 0.25, angle = 30, code = 2, col = par("fg"), lty = par("lty"), lwd = par("lwd"), ...)
- x0, y0
- coordinates of points from which to draw.
- x1, y1
- coordinates of points to which to draw. At least one must the supplied
- length of the edges of the arrow head (in inches).
- angle from the shaft of the arrow to the edge of the arrow head.
- integer code, determining kind of arrows to be drawn.
- col, lty, lwd
- graphical parameters, possible vectors.
colcause the arrow to be omitted.
- graphical parameters such as
xpdand the line characteristics
i, an arrow is drawn between the point
(x0[i], y0[i]) and the point
(x1[i], y1[i]). The coordinate vectors will be recycled to the length of the longest.
code = 1 an arrowhead is drawn at
(x0[i], y0[i]) and if
code = 2 an arrowhead is drawn at
(x1[i], y1[i]). If
code = 3 a head is drawn at both ends of the arrow. Unless
length = 0, when no head is drawn.
The graphical parameters
lwd can be vectors of length greater than one and will be recycled if necessary.
The direction of a zero-length arrow is indeterminate, and hence so is the direction of the arrowheads. To allow for rounding error, arrowheads are omitted (with a warning) on any arrow of length less than 1/1000 inch.
Becker, R. A., Chambers, J. M. and Wilks, A. R. (1988) The New S Language. Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole.
The first four arguments in the comparable S function are named
x1, y1, x2, y2.
segments to draw segments.
x <- stats::runif(12); y <- stats::rnorm(12) i <- order(x, y); x <- x[i]; y <- y[i] plot(x,y, main = "arrows(.) and segments(.)") ## draw arrows from point to point : s <- seq(length(x)-1) # one shorter than data arrows(x[s], y[s], x[s+1], y[s+1], col = 1:3) s <- s[-length(s)] segments(x[s], y[s], x[s+2], y[s+2], col = "pink")
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