calling annotation function cause error

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mado
mado on 20 Jun 2022
Commented: dpb on 20 Jun 2022
what is problem in runing this code it gives error
if ishg2parent( varargin{:} )
try
h = annotationHGUsingMATLABClasses(varargin{:});
catch me
throw(me)
end
if nargout > 0
hOut = h;
end
return;
end
the error is
Error using annotation (line 53)
X and Y values must be between 0 and 1
Error in cleanrob_visualize (line 359)
gview.arrows(i-1, 1) = annotation('arrow', fliplr(ax), ay, sty.arrow{:});
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dpb
dpb on 20 Jun 2022
"By default, the units are normalized to the figure. The lower left corner of the figure maps to (0,0) and the upper right corner maps to (1,1). "
What's wrong is precisely what the error message says -- by default annotation uses Normalized units and you have passed something outside the range of [0 1] for either x or y (or both) without changing the 'Units' property to something else
Units — Position units
'normalized' (default) | 'inches' | 'centimeters' | 'characters' | 'points' | 'pixels'
are your choices, axes limits aren't a choice for some reason I've never fathomed...

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