Pie

class psychopy.visual.Pie(win, radius=0.5, start=0.0, end=90.0, edges=32, units='', lineWidth=1.5, lineColor=None, lineColorSpace='rgb', fillColor=None, fillColorSpace='rgb', pos=(0, 0), size=1, ori=0.0, opacity=1.0, contrast=1.0, depth=0, interpolate=True, lineRGB=None, fillRGB=None, name=None, autoLog=None, autoDraw=False, color=None, colorSpace=None)[source]

Creates a pie shape which is a circle with a wedge cut-out.

This shape is sometimes referred to as a Pac-Man shape which is often used for creating Kanizsa figures. However, the shape can be adapted for other uses.

start, end

Start and end angles of the filled region of the shape in degrees. Shapes are filled counter clockwise between the specified angles.

Type

float or int

radius

Radius of the shape. Avoid using size for adjusting figure dimensions if radius != 0.5 which will result in undefined behavior.

Type

float or int

Parameters
  • win (~psychopy.visual.Window) – Window this shape is associated with.

  • radius (float or int) – Radius of the shape. Avoid using size for adjusting figure dimensions if radius != 0.5 which will result in undefined behavior.

  • end (start,) – Start and end angles of the filled region of the shape in degrees. Shapes are filled counter clockwise between the specified angles.

  • edges (int) – Number of edges to use when drawing the figure. A greater number of edges will result in smoother curves, but will require more time to compute.

mro() → list

return a type’s method resolution order


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