This is to some extent dependent on
the details of your set-up. You will
(probably) be able to get superscript
square by either "{c 178}" or "`=char(178)'"
as part of a longer string. You can probably
also get some fractions in the same way.
See also
Inserting awkward characters in the plot.
Stata Journal 4(1):95--96 (2004)
Nick
n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk
Claus Dethlefsen
Is there a way to add formatted text on plots (in the title, x-axis label or y-axis label) such as
m^2 (with superscript 2)
x_i (with subscript i)
\frac{kg \cdot m}{s^2} (a fraction and some extra formatting)
Or is the easiest way to do a plot without labels and then add them using an external program?
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