A journal to which I am submitting a paper requires that all plot text, including annotation text, should be the same size. I recognize that the units for text size in the theme definitions (points as in font size) are different from the units for text size in annotations (mms). According to
dividing the theme text size (in points) by .pt should create an annotation size (in mm) = to the theme text size. However, as shown in the plot below, this is apparently not quite accurate. The size of the text in the p-value annotation, adjusted by dividing the theme size by .pt, is still noticably larger than the text of the axis labels and tick labels.
Is there a newer value for the adjustment between theme text size and annotation text size? Or should I just fudge the ajusting factor until they are (approximately) the same size? Thanks for any advice on this issue.
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