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Re: Plotting MathML

From: Suki Venkat <skvenkat@tnq.co.in>
Date: Sat, 08 May 2004 08:51:52 +0530
Message-Id: <5.2.0.9.0.20040508083433.00a89580@61.17.5.195>
To: www-amaya@w3.org

Hi,

I know very little about "T" myself, but I doubt if it is "T" problem.
Making XSLT transformed XML into an editable WYSIWYG is a conceptual design
problem, rather than a language problem. The non-linearities of the transform
and the "generated text" can make it a designers horror.
But in the CSS style sheet I can do this for example:
  mi{background-color:yellow; color:red}.
I doubt if you can do any of this in the commercial OLEs and plug-ins,
(except in a full-fledged XHTML+MathML editor).

Regards

S.K.Venkatesan
TnQ Books & Journals, Chennai


At 01:14 PM 5/7/2004 -0400, you wrote:

>Hi folks,
>
>I wonder if anyone out there uses Amaya for representing MathML, and has
>thought about different ways to plot equations.
>
>I am assuming that currently there is nothing that Amaya does, and that
>people use other software if they want to do this, but I don't know what
>software is available.
>
>I am also intersted in what would be necessary to allow Amaya to do this. It
>seems that using XSLT might permit manipulation of MathML to generate SVG. If
>the transformation code could be told to use an XSLT transformation and not
>just a T one, that would be one interesting way to do it. As far as I know,
>the T language isn't really powerful enough to write transformations directly
>- in particular I think that some arithmetic is necessary and I don't recall
>there being enough in T to do that.
>
>Interested in people's thoughts and experiences.
>
>Cheers
>
>Chaals
>
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