Let us assume that we have a graph created by a program different from LaTeX (that is not with PStricks or Tikz). I was wandering if it is possible to incorporate mathematical symbols on that graph using a TeX editor.

Thank you.

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# [Tex/LaTex] Mathematical formulas on a graph (not made by TeX)

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Let us assume that we have a graph created by a program different from LaTeX (that is not with PStricks or Tikz). I was wandering if it is possible to incorporate mathematical symbols on that graph using a TeX editor.

Thank you.

## Best Answer

Basically, this is using the example of the

`stackengine`

documentation, adapted for use in math mode with the addition of`\stackMath`

in the preamble.The routine you want is

`\stackinset`

which has 6 arguments,`\stackinset{H-anchor}{H-offset}{V-anchor}{V-offset}{inset}{underlying anchor image}`

. As shown here, it can be nested and the insets themselves can be stacks.