# R-alpha: Equations in Plots

**Thomas Lumley
**
thomas@biostat.washington.edu

*Thu, 8 May 1997 08:52:48 -0700 (PDT)*

On Thu, 8 May 1997, Ross Ihaka wrote:
>* Paul Murrell and I are making some progress with making mathematical
*>* expressions available in graphs. The idea is to use R expressions to
*>* represent the mathematical expressions. So far we have (or will soon
*>* have):
*<things>
>* We are wondering how far to go with this process. Does the above
*>* cover what people want, or are there important omitted features
*>* (we don't really want to do all of TeX).
*>*
*I would really like to have the whole Greek alphabet or at least rho, mu
sigma and chi.
Thomas Lumley
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