I want to use something similar to Matlab’s inpolygon function and found this example in Julia:
lr = Point(1.2,1.0) ur = Point(1.2,1.2) ul = Point(1.0,1.2) poly = Polygon(ll, lr, ur) inpolygon(poly, Point(1.1,1.1))
This seems like exactly what I need but I need to add around 50 points so it’s not possible to add them manually as in this example. I tried to create the polygon by adding the points as a vector (in that case I could create an array of my points with a loop). This is what I tried:
but I got an error message, Polygon can apparently not accept an array of points. How do I create a polygon with many points in Julia?