From: Lothar Botelho-Machado <r-help_at_botelho-machado.de>

Date: Thu 05 Oct 2006 - 21:37:35 GMT

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*>> Hello,
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*>> I have a simple question on the text() method in plots, e.g.:
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*>> text(3,4,adj=1,cex=1.0, expression(alpha == beta))
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*>> I know there exists a lot more like frac(), etc which could be used for
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*>> expression. But a help(frac) doesn't return any results - where do I
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*>> have to look for a documentation of possible text commands?
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*>> More in detail I'm searching for how to set an index like mu_{1} and
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*>> mu_{2} ? And how to get something like a bar over a character like
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*>> \bar x ?
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Date: Thu 05 Oct 2006 - 21:37:35 GMT

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Duncan Murdoch wrote:

> On 10/5/2006 4:10 PM, Lothar Botelho-Machado wrote:

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> > See ?plotmath, and demo(plotmath). > > Duncan Murdoch >

Thanx a lot!!

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