Linked Questions

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Create complicated text formulas in graphics

I want to put somewhat complicated, or at least non-standardly formatted, text on some of my graphics. For example, I'd like to be able to use f^[4](x) (where the <...
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3answers
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FrameLabel and OverTilde

What is the problem with this expression inside ListPrint? OverTilde generates here a mess: ...
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9answers
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$\LaTeX$ and Mathematica

I quite often would like to draw graphics in my $\LaTeX$ documents using Mathematica. I have encountered three problems. I would like to know if there are any workarounds to these problems I would ...
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6answers
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Fixing quirky typesetting in plot labels

Consider this example plot. Plot[ 1-Exp[-x], {x,0,3}, AxesLabel->{"thickness (μm)","power density (W/m^2)"} ] Let us hold the typographical quality of the ...
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5answers
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How to join two strings one of which is Subscript? [duplicate]

If I write this one str=Subscript["x","y"]; StringQ[str] False How can I get str as string?
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4answers
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How do I write subscripts in the middle of a string? [duplicate]

As stated in the tile, I want to have a subscript in the middle of a sting, but StringJoin does not allow ...
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3answers
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Using subscript in a string

I am trying to create a string of the form $0 < d_1 < d_2 < \ldots < d_n$ For a given n. My closest attempt so far is ...
4
votes
3answers
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Horrific Looking Contour Integral in Mathematica Plot:

I'm attempting to display the geometric meaning of a contour integral but as you can see, the typesetting of the contour integral (created via the Epilog function) looks awful because the contour ...
2
votes
2answers
990 views

Convert a number to a string to use in plot axes label, but keep the exponent

This seems to be a simple, but useful question. I am plotting a basic function: ...
3
votes
1answer
349 views

labeling the plot frame automatically

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