Dear all, I appreciate suggestions for following problem. I wrote to RStudio: plot(c(1,20),c(1,20), xlab = expression(paste(alfa))) or the same happen when I wrote: plot(c(1,20),c(1,20), xlab = expression(alfa)) what happen is, that description under x label is exactly "alpha", not greek letter alfa (?). Please where should I search problem, or what information to sent to list for identification of this problem? Thanks, Milan

On 30.07.2017 17:22, Milan Cisty wrote:> Dear all, > I appreciate suggestions for following problem. I wrote to RStudio: > plot(c(1,20),c(1,20), xlab = expression(paste(alfa))) > or the same happen when I wrote: > plot(c(1,20),c(1,20), xlab = expression(alfa))Write "alpha", not "alfa". Best, Uwe Ligges> what happen is, that description under x label is exactly "alpha", not greek > letter alfa (?). > Please where should I search problem, or what information to sent to list for > identification of this problem? > Thanks, > Milan > > ______________________________________________ > R-help at r-project.org mailing list -- To UNSUBSCRIBE and more, see > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-help > PLEASE do read the posting guide http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html > and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code. >

> On Jul 30, 2017, at 10:22 AM, Milan Cisty <milan.cisty at stuba.sk> wrote: > > Dear all, > I appreciate suggestions for following problem. I wrote to RStudio: > plot(c(1,20),c(1,20), xlab = expression(paste(alfa))) > or the same happen when I wrote: > plot(c(1,20),c(1,20), xlab = expression(alfa)) > what happen is, that description under x label is exactly "alpha", not greek > letter alfa (?). > Please where should I search problem, or what information to sent to list for > identification of this problem? > Thanks, > MilanTry using 'alpha' rather than 'alfa': plot(c(1,20),c(1,20), xlab = expression(alpha)) Regards, Marc Schwartz