Hello,

my problem is the following:

I want to plot an arrow-head onto the end of a line plot.

So far I have been able to devise the following solution, which I find

to be unsatisfactory. Minimal working example below.

import numpy as np

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

x = np.linspace(0.5, 1.0, 50)

y = x**2

fig = plt.figure(0)

ax = fig.add_subplot(111)

ax.plot(x[:-1], y[:-1], c='k')

ax.arrow(x[-2], y[-2], x[-1]-x[-2], y[-1]-y[-2], fc='k', ec='k)

plt.show()

But the thickness of the tail of the arrow and the thickness of the line

are not matching and I do not know which parameters I would need to tune

in order to get a visual appealing match.

I have looked into matplotlib.patches.FancyArrowPatch, but it was not

clear to me how I can use it to add the arrowhead to the line plot.

Unfortunately, I am not too familiar with the whole matplotlib

object-structure so that it is likely that I have overlooked something

that will make this relatively straightforward to achieve.

Any suggestions would be very helpful.

Thanks,

Benjamin