I am trying to write some annotations in a plot, but instead of horizontally, I would like them to do that vertically.
I am using Julia 0.6.4. My code is like:
using Plots # Notice: I'm not using Pyplot package, but just the back-end! pyplot() # Initialize plot wanted_font = font(9, "georgia") fig_2 = plot( tickfont = wanted_font, legendfont = wanted_font, guidefont = wanted_font, xlabel = "My x-axis", ylabel = "My y-axis", size = (600,300), legend = false, grid = false, xmin = 0, ymin = 0, ) scatter!(fig_2, x_vector, y_vector, c = , marker = (:circle, 2), markerstrokewidth = 0.1, ) how_many = 50 # After how many points to draw a vertical line vline!(fig_2, [x_vector[how_many], xaxis = [0, 1000], yaxis = [0, 500], annotations=(x_vector[how_many], 250, text("My description", font(9,"georgia"))), leg = false, )
This piece of code simply plots an horizontal annotation saying “My description”. Does anyone have any suggestion on how to rotate such annotation?
Note: I have already checked https://discourse.julialang.org/t/text-in-figure-using-pyplot/1337 but if I try using e.g.:
text(4, 0.5, "hello", rotation=30)
I get the following error message:
function text does not accept keyword arguments.
Thank you in advance!