[R] percent sign in plot annotation

From: Martin Keller-Ressel <mkeller_at_fam.tuwien.ac.at>
Date: Wed 17 Jan 2007 - 09:57:49 GMT


Hello,

I would like to annotate a graph with the expression 'alpha = 5%' (the alpha should be displayed as the greek letter). I tried

> text(1,1,expression(alpha == 5%))

which gives a syntax error.
escaping the percent sign (\%) or doubling (%%) does not help. What do I do?

Thanks,

Martin Keller-Ressel

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Martin Keller-Ressel
Research Unit of Financial and Actuarial Mathematics
TU Vienna

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