Arrow between several points

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ABCDEFG HIJKLMN 2022년 2월 14일
답변: Matt J 2022년 2월 14일
I want to plot the evolution of a solution on a graph.
I have constructed a vector of x and y coordinates as rows, changing every column (at every iteration).
I would like to plot all the points but add arrows in the midpoint between each solution. Something like this:
Is this possible? Thanks in advance!

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Matt J
Matt J 2022년 2월 14일
You can use the annotation() command.
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ABCDEFG HIJKLMN 2022년 2월 14일
I would like to know how to do this automatically, that's what I was asking.
Matt J
Matt J 2022년 2월 14일
편집: Matt J 2022년 2월 14일
The annotation command will let you draw an arrow between any two specified points. You can use the attached file data2units to convert the data coordinates to the units required by the annotation command, e.g.,
h=plot(2:6,'o'); axis equal
Xmid=X(1:end-1)/2 + X(2:end)/2;
Ymid=Y(1:end-1)/2 + Y(2:end)/2;
annotation('arrow', [X(1), Xmid(1)],[Y(1), Ymid(1)])
annotation('arrow', [Xmid(1), X(2)],[Ymid(1), Y(2)])

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Matt J
Matt J 2022년 2월 14일
It might be easier just to use quiver().
h=plot(2:6,'o'); axis equal
[X,Y]=deal(h.XData, h.YData);
X=interp1(X(:),q); Y=interp1(Y(:),q);
hold on
quiver(X(1:end-1),Y(1:end-1), diff(X), diff(Y),'off')
hold off


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