# edges

##### Draw Additional Edges on a Plotted Tree

`edges`

draws edges on a plotted tree. `fancyarrows`

enhances `arrows`

with triangle and harpoon
heads; it can be called from `edges`

.

- Keywords
- aplot

##### Usage

```
edges(nodes0, nodes1, arrows = 0, type = "classical", ...)
fancyarrows(x0, y0, x1, y1, length = 0.25, angle = 30, code = 2,
col = par("fg"), lty = par("lty"), lwd = par("lwd"),
type = "triangle", ...)
```

##### Arguments

- nodes0, nodes1
vectors of integers giving the tip and/or node numbers where to start and to end the edges (eventually recycled).

- arrows
an integer between 0 and 3; 0: lines (the default); 1: an arrow head is drawn at

`nodes0`

; 2: at`nodes1`

; 3: both.- type
if the previous argument is not 0, the type of arrow head:

`"classical"`

(just lines, the default),`"triangle"`

,`"harpoon"`

, or any unambiguous abbreviations of these. For`fancyarrows`

only the last two are available.- x0, y0, x1, y1
the coordinates of the start and end points for

`fancyarrows`

(these are not recycled and so should be vectors of the same length).- length, angle, code, col, lty, lwd
default options similar to those of

`arrows`

.- …
further arguments passed to

`segments`

.

##### Details

The first function is helpful when drawing reticulations on a phylogeny, especially if computed from the edge matrix.

##### See Also

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
set.seed(2)
tr <- rcoal(6)
plot(tr, "c")
edges(10, 9, col = "red", lty = 2)
edges(10:11, 8, col = c("blue", "green")) # recycling of 'nodes1'
edges(1, 2, lwd = 2, type = "h", arrows = 3, col = "green")
nodelabels()
# }
```

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