Re: AxesLabel from expression

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg103845] Re: AxesLabel from expression*From*: Albert Retey <awnl at gmx-topmail.de>*Date*: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 07:15:28 -0400 (EDT)*References*: <hakjrg$dd3$1@smc.vnet.net>

Elmar Nubbemeyer wrote: > Hi, > > I am trying to construct an AxesLabel by using a combination of > strings and previously defined variables. I have: > > mode = 1 (*this is changed ever so often*) > > Switch[mode, > 0, sscript = "cert", > 1, sscript = "auc", > 2, sscript = "muc", > 3, sscript = "adist", > 4, sscript = "mdist"] > > plabel=Superscript["p",sscript] > olabel=Superscript["o",sscript] > > I do this so I can, in this case, place the label "E(p^auc), E(o^auc)" > on the Y-axis, where "^" of course means that the contents of the > variable sscript is shown as a superscript of p or o. > > To do this in the Plot (2D), I tried different ways to define > AxesLabel, and none of them worked: > > AxesLabel -> {"x", Print["E(", plabel, "),E(", olabel, ")"]} > > gives me what I want, but three times, row by row, like in a loop. > > AxesLabel -> {"x", "E(" <> ToString[plabel] <> "),E(" <> ToString > [plabel] <>")"} > > removes the superscript formatting, and leads to a label: E(auc p), E > (auc o) > > AxesLabel -> {"x", "E("plabel] "),E("olabel ")"} > > doesn't work either, it returns: )), E(E(p^auc o^auc > > Now I have run out of ideas on how to accomplish this. Any help is > greatly appreciated. > would this do what you need? Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}, AxesLabel -> {"x", Row[{"E(", plabel, "), E(", olabel, ")"}]} ] albert