in fact it depends on if x,y are 0 or not. But I got it to work it now.
On 8/22/06, Eric Firing <efiring@...> wrote:
> Flavio Coelho wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am tring to figure out how to use the c argument to the quiver2
> > I want to be able to color my arrows proportionally to their size.
> > I have tried this and it doesn' t work as I imagined:
> > c =3D sqrt((array(u)-array(x))**2+(array(v)-array(y))**2)
> The length of the arrow is proportional to sqrt(u**2 + v**2),
> not to sqrt((u-x)**2 + (v-y)**2).
> Is the reason you are not getting what you expect?
> > quiver2(x,y,u,v,c)
> > the docstring on quiver2 is not clear on how c works, any help will be
> > appreciated.
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