Guidance please on how to key graphs in Nemeth!
From the 2011 Update/Tables & Keys /S.187. Keying Technique:
b. A numeric key should consist of one or more numerals brailled in the upper
part of the braille cell. This number must be preceded by the numeric indicator and must
not be punctuated. Numbered keys should be listed in numeric order. These numbers
should be placed in the figure, determinant, matrix, or table in the same position as the
material which they replace.
From the Final Guidance 4/2018: UEB symbols are not used within the switch indicators for Nemeth Code.
It would seem that using upper-cell numbers in keys within the Nemeth Code is no longer allowed but I would love to hear otherwise! I'm working in a Precalculus book and I'm not sure what other method of keying to use. There are hundreds of graphs with all manner of variables, Greek letter and other letter labels sprinkled throughout. Any suggestions welcome.