**From:** Robert W. Baer, Ph.D. (*rbaer@atsu.edu*)

**Date:** Wed 19 May 2004 - 00:32:30 EST

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From: "Christophe Declercq" <cdeclercq@nordnet.fr>

*> Try:
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*> > plot(1:10,xlab=expression(phantom(0)^{14}*C))
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Just out of interest, how do I find out what phantom(0) does? I tried both

?phantom and help.search("phantom") without getting any hits, and yet the

expression posed above creates a leading blank space in the axis label. I

take the latter to mean that phantom() is available withinin the basic

packages (search path).

Where do I read more?

Thanks,

Rob

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