lineVec

Below is a demonstration of the features of the lineVec function

Contents

clear; close all; clc;

Syntax

[h]=lineVec(P,V,vecSize,colorSpec,quiverStyleOpt,alphaLevel)

Description

This function visualizes vector or direction data as lines. Lines can be colormapped. The inputs should include the vector origins P, and the vectors V. The following optional inputs can be provided:

vecSize: The vector size either a single number of [size(V,1) 1] colorSpec: string color options e.g. 'k' for black or [size(V,1) 1] or [size(V,1) 3] color data quiverStyleOpt: Style option lineWidth: Line width alphaLevel: Transparency level

The quiver style option can be set to: 1: Depart from origin 2: Arrive at origin 3: Pass through origin 4: Two-sided

Examples

Plot settings

fontSize=20;

Example: basic use for normal direction vector plotting

Create example data

[F,V]=geoSphere(2,2);
[N,VN]=patchNormal(F,V);

Visualizing lines/vectors

cFigure; hold on;
gpatch(F,V,'w','k');
h=lineVec(VN,N);
axisGeom(gca,fontSize);
camlight headlight;
gdrawnow;

Example: Specifying full input set

vecSize=0.25; %Vector size
colorSpec=VN(:,3); %Color data
quiverStyleOpt=3; %Style option
lineWidth=3; %Line width
alphaLevel=0.8; %Transparency level

Plotting model

cFigure; hold on;
gpatch(F,V,'w','none',0.5);
h=lineVec(VN,N,vecSize,colorSpec,quiverStyleOpt,lineWidth,alphaLevel);
axisGeom(gca,fontSize);
camlight headlight;
gdrawnow;

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