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It would be nice to improve the aesthetic quality of the figures generated by bokeh, by including the option to add Latex axis labels. The cosmetic aspect is one issue, but in case of complex variables this could affect readability as well if one is forced to use simple ASCII.
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I’m having issues getting R2013a to properly display greek letters in the y-axis for a subplot. I’ve tried using tex and latex interpreters and neither seems to work as intended.
Learn the LaTeX commands to display the greek alphabet. A rendered preview of all letters is shown alongside all commands in a nice table. The following table shows the whole Greek alphabet along with the commands in a nice table.
For example, you can include mathematical expressions in text using LaTeX. To use LaTeX markup, set the Interpreter property for the Text object to ‘latex’. For this example, plot and draw a vertical line at . Add text to the graph that contains an integral expression using LaTeX markup.
Commands for greek letters in normal text. Note, is an exception. Since the textcomp package already provided a command textmu , the author decided to call it textmugreek instead.
in the axis label. With. ylab=expression() I can write the greek character, with. ylab=”axis title” I can write the title with proper spaces between the words. But I can’t find a way to put all these together and write a proper label with a greek word in the axis label. I hope I was clear enough.