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streamparticles

Plot stream particles

Syntax

streamparticles(vertices)
streamparticles(vertices,n)
streamparticles(...,'PropertyName',PropertyValue,...)
streamparticles(line_handle,...)
h = streamparticles(...)

Description

streamparticles(vertices) draws stream particles of a vector field. Stream particles are usually represented by markers and can show the position and velocity of a streamline. vertices is a cell array of 2-D or 3-D vertices (as if produced by stream2 or stream3).

streamparticles(vertices,n) uses n to determine how many stream particles to draw. The ParticleAlignment property controls how n is interpreted.

  • If ParticleAlignment is set to off (the default) and n is greater than 1, approximately n particles are drawn evenly spaced over the streamline vertices.

    If n is less than or equal to 1, n is interpreted as a fraction of the original stream vertices; for example, if n is 0.2, approximately 20% of the vertices are used.

    n determines the upper bound for the number of particles drawn. The actual number of particles can deviate from n by as much as a factor of 2.

  • If ParticleAlignment is on, n determines the number of particles on the streamline having the most vertices and sets the spacing on the other streamlines to this value. The default value is n = 1.

streamparticles(...,'PropertyName',PropertyValue,...) controls the stream particles using named properties and specified values. Any unspecified properties have default values. MATLAB® ignores the case of property names.

Stream Particle Properties

Animate — Stream particle motion [nonnegative integer]

The number of times to animate the stream particles. The default is 0, which does not animate. Inf animates until you enter Ctrl+C.

FrameRate — Animation frames per second [nonnegative integer]

This property specifies the number of frames per second for the animation. Inf, the default, draws the animation as fast as possible. Note that the speed of the animation might be limited by the speed of the computer. In such cases, the value of FrameRate cannot necessarily be achieved.

ParticleAlignment — Align particles with streamlines [ on | {off} ]

Set this property to on to draw particles at the beginning of each streamline. This property controls how streamparticles interprets the argument n (number of stream particles).

Stream particles are primitive line objects. In addition to stream particle properties, you can specify any line property, such as Marker. streamparticles sets the following line properties when called.

Line Property

Value Set by streamparticles

LineStyle'none'
Marker'o'
MarkerEdgeColor'none'
MarkerFaceColor'red'

You can override any of these properties by specifying a property name and value as arguments to streamparticles. For example, this statement uses RGB values to set the MarkerFaceColor to medium gray:

streamparticles(vertices,'MarkerFaceColor',[.5 .5 .5])

streamparticles(line_handle,...) uses the line object identified by line_handle to draw the stream particles.

h = streamparticles(...) returns a vector of handles to the primitive line objects it creates. For a list of properties, see Primitive Line Properties.

Examples

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Animate Flow Without Displaying Streamlines

This example uses streamlines in the z = 5 plane to animate the flow along these lines with stream particles.

load wind
figure
daspect([1,1,1]);
view(2)
[verts,averts] = streamslice(x,y,z,u,v,w,[],[],[5]);
sl = streamline([verts averts]);
axis tight manual off;
ax = gca;
ax.Position = [0,0,1,1];
set(sl,'Visible','off')
iverts = interpstreamspeed(x,y,z,u,v,w,verts,.05);
zlim([4.9,5.1]);
streamparticles(iverts, 200, ...
    'Animate',15,'FrameRate',40, ...
    'MarkerSize',10,'MarkerFaceColor',[0 .5 0])

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