Format text with TeX characters
txt = texlabel(f)
txt = texlabel(f,'literal')
txt = texlabel( converts
the MATLAB® expression
f into the TeX equivalent
for use in text.
texlabel converts Greek variable
names (for example, lambda, delta, and so on) into a character vector
that is displayed as Greek letters. The
is useful as an argument to annotation functions such as
txt is too long to fit into a figure window,
then the center of the expression is replaced with a tilde ellipsis
Plot a line. Create text that contains TeX characters and add the text to the line plot.
plot((1:10).^2) txt = texlabel('lambda12^(3/2)/pi - pi*delta^(2/3)'); text(3,90,txt)
If you include the
texlabel interprets Greek variable names literally. Add text with the literal variable names to the line plot.
text(4,60,texlabel('lambda12^(3/2)/pi - pi*delta^(2/3)','literal'))
f— Input MATLAB expression
Input MATLAB expression, specified as a character vector.