Source code for pyqtgraph.graphicsItems.ArrowItem

from ..Qt import QtGui, QtCore
from .. import functions as fn
import numpy as np
__all__ = ['ArrowItem']

[docs]class ArrowItem(QtGui.QGraphicsPathItem): """ For displaying scale-invariant arrows. For arrows pointing to a location on a curve, see CurveArrow """
[docs] def __init__(self, **opts): """ Arrows can be initialized with any keyword arguments accepted by the setStyle() method. """ self.opts = {} QtGui.QGraphicsPathItem.__init__(self, opts.get('parent', None)) if 'size' in opts: opts['headLen'] = opts['size'] if 'width' in opts: opts['headWidth'] = opts['width'] defaultOpts = { 'pxMode': True, 'angle': -150, ## If the angle is 0, the arrow points left 'pos': (0,0), 'headLen': 20, 'tipAngle': 25, 'baseAngle': 0, 'tailLen': None, 'tailWidth': 3, 'pen': (200,200,200), 'brush': (50,50,200), } defaultOpts.update(opts) self.setStyle(**defaultOpts) self.moveBy(*self.opts['pos'])
[docs] def setStyle(self, **opts): """ Changes the appearance of the arrow. All arguments are optional: ====================== ================================================= **Keyword Arguments:** angle Orientation of the arrow in degrees. Default is 0; arrow pointing to the left. headLen Length of the arrow head, from tip to base. default=20 headWidth Width of the arrow head at its base. tipAngle Angle of the tip of the arrow in degrees. Smaller values make a 'sharper' arrow. If tipAngle is specified, ot overrides headWidth. default=25 baseAngle Angle of the base of the arrow head. Default is 0, which means that the base of the arrow head is perpendicular to the arrow tail. tailLen Length of the arrow tail, measured from the base of the arrow head to the end of the tail. If this value is None, no tail will be drawn. default=None tailWidth Width of the tail. default=3 pen The pen used to draw the outline of the arrow. brush The brush used to fill the arrow. ====================== ================================================= """ self.opts.update(opts) opt = dict([(k,self.opts[k]) for k in ['headLen', 'tipAngle', 'baseAngle', 'tailLen', 'tailWidth']]) tr = QtGui.QTransform() tr.rotate(self.opts['angle']) self.path =**opt)) self.setPath(self.path) self.setPen(fn.mkPen(self.opts['pen'])) self.setBrush(fn.mkBrush(self.opts['brush'])) if self.opts['pxMode']: self.setFlags(self.flags() | self.ItemIgnoresTransformations) else: self.setFlags(self.flags() & ~self.ItemIgnoresTransformations)
def paint(self, p, *args): p.setRenderHint(QtGui.QPainter.Antialiasing) QtGui.QGraphicsPathItem.paint(self, p, *args) #p.setPen(fn.mkPen('r')) #p.setBrush(fn.mkBrush(None)) #p.drawRect(self.boundingRect()) def shape(self): #if not self.opts['pxMode']: #return QtGui.QGraphicsPathItem.shape(self) return self.path ## dataBounds and pixelPadding methods are provided to ensure ViewBox can ## properly auto-range def dataBounds(self, ax, frac, orthoRange=None): pw = 0 pen = self.pen() if not pen.isCosmetic(): pw = pen.width() * 0.7072 if self.opts['pxMode']: return [0,0] else: br = self.boundingRect() if ax == 0: return [br.left()-pw, br.right()+pw] else: return [, br.bottom()+pw] def pixelPadding(self): pad = 0 if self.opts['pxMode']: br = self.boundingRect() pad += (br.width()**2 + br.height()**2) ** 0.5 pen = self.pen() if pen.isCosmetic(): pad += max(1, pen.width()) * 0.7072 return pad