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Re: Tutorials

From: Neil Soiffer <soiffer@wolfram.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 16:32:41 -0700 (PDT)
Message-Id: <199907132332.QAA01018@wolfram.com>
To: kamthan@cs.concordia.ca (Pankaj Kamthan)
Cc: www-math@w3.org
> Hi,
> 
> Elementary tutorials on MathML authoring/rendering using 
> Amaya, WebEQ, EzMath and techexplorer are available at 
> http://indy.cs.concordia.ca/mathml/main.html .
> 
> Any feedback is most welcome.
> 
> Pankaj Kamthan
> 


You should probably add Mathematica Version 4 to your list.  V4 has been out
for about 1.5 months and supports both import and export of MathML.


For your list:
MathML support:
Generates presentation tags (programable so that content tags could be
generated).  Almost complete support for both presentation and content tags;
a very few of the more esoteric tags such as alignment are not supported.
[I don't think any application supports them at the moment]

Availability:
Windows 9x/NT, Mac, most flavors of Unix

Cost:
Commercial -- see www.wolfram.com

Installation:
comes with installer

Usability:
Uses Mathematica's WYSIWYG editor that includes (user-definable)
keyboard shortcuts and (user-definable) palettes.

Translator Language:
2D math -- enter the expression as you wish it to be seen, or enter it
in a linear Mathematica syntax and convert it to a 2D syntax.


If you need further information, you can contact me or technical support
at Wolfram Research.

	Neil Soiffer
	Wolfram Research
Received on Tuesday, 13 July 1999 19:31:33 GMT

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