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Re: Math expression on figure

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg18329] Re: Math expression on figure
  • From: paulh at wolfram.com (P.J. Hinton)
  • Date: Sun, 27 Jun 1999 15:11:20 -0400
  • Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.
  • References: <7l3mdv$gbt@smc.vnet.net>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

In article <7l3mdv$gbt at smc.vnet.net>, riotorto at redestb.es (Mario Rodriguez-Riotorto) writes:

> I want to superimpose a mathematical expression in a certain position on
> a figure.
> How can I do that in Mathematica?

Use a Text[] primitive in an Epilog option in your Graphics-
generating function.

(* Here is the math formula expressed as a string with embedded 
boxes. *)

In[1]:= frml = "\!\(sin\^2\)(x)"; 

(* The Epilog option specifies what is drawn after the graphic 
is generated.   Text[] is a primitive that is used to put text
within a graphic. *)

In[2]:= Plot[Sin[x^2], {x, 0, 2Pi}, 
    Epilog -> 
      Text[TraditionalForm[frml], {0.9, -0.5}, 
        TextStyle -> {FontSize -> 14}]];

For further information see the following sections of _The 
Mathematica Book_ (Fourth Edition).

2.8.12 -- Discusses how to represent two-dimensional typeset forms
within strings.

2.9.16 -- Provides introduction on how to add text to graphics.

2.9.3 -- Defines Epilog and its relatives.

--
P.J. Hinton	
Mathematica Programming Group		paulh at wolfram.com
Wolfram Research, Inc.
Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.


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