[R] prime in expression in plot
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Wed Jan 10 16:06:05 CET 2007
Two possibilities are ' (which is the usual way to write \prime in TeX)
and minute (which is the nearest character in the Adobe symbol font that
plotmath uses). TeX has its own symbol fonts, and most R devices are
based rather on the Adobe one.
On Wed, 10 Jan 2007, Thomas Steiner wrote:
> I want to write something like (LaTeX style)
> b_{norm}=\frac{F\prime(0)}{R\prime(0)}
>
> how do I add the "prime" (first derivative) to a R-plot? The help of
> "plotmath" just talks about "partialdiff". Can you complete this
> command?
>
> text( 30,0.05,labels=expression(b[plain("norm")]==frac(F(0),R(0))) )
>
> Thanks,
> Thomas
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