Division symbol in Graphical Plots

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg8844] Division symbol in Graphical Plots*From*: "Salem Bouhairie" <SALEMB at CIVIL.Lan.McGill.CA>*Date*: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 02:40:13 -0400*Organization*: McGill University Civil Engineering*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

I am using Mathematica 2.2 on a university network pc When I do ListPlots/Plots of my data, I label my axes with fractioned variables: e.g. In[10]:= FrameLabel->{"x"/"L","Ci"/"Cs"}, RotateLabel->False. But on the graphical output of these plots, I see dashes instead of a solid horizontal line to represent the division symbol, within the label, e.g I see Ci ; I want Ci . -- ____ Cs Cs I noticed that Mathematica usually prints out expressions in an approximation to standard mathematical notation, e.g. In[1]:= (a + b)/(x + y) Out[1]:= a + b _________ x + y How can I get this solid bar as the division symbol within the framelabel or axeslabel? You will note that the solid bar I use in this email is "Shift" + "- " keys, which produces a "bottom horizontal line" (I do not want to use this either, cause its off center). Thank you for your time and consideration Salem