Changing values of xaxis to include greek letters
Hi,
Try the following method.
Lets imagine that the angles (in radians) are in Column A.
Convert the angles as multiples of pi in Column B; e.g., the formula for B1
will be =DEGREES(A1)/180
Have the sine values calculated in Column C; e.g., C1 = SIN(A1).
Make a XYplot of Column C vs Column B. The xaxis would show the angles in
units of pi.
Now, rightclick on the xaxis, €śFormat Axis€ť  €śNumber€ť  €śCustom€ť
Under the Format Code, enter General €ś p€ť click €śAdd€ť and €śClose€ť
Rightclick again on the xaxis  €śFont€ť and change the font to Symbol.
Regards,
B. R. Ramachandran
"Al" wrote:
I'm trying to graph the function sin(x) in radians and I want my xaxis to
list the standard "pi/2; pi; 3pi/2; and 2 pi" but I can't figure out how to
do it (short of copying the graph into a paint file, using Microsoft Equation
3.0 to create the equations and replace each value with what I want.
