From: Robert Miner <RobertM@dessci.com>

Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 22:22:50 -0500

Message-Id: <200105030322.WAA11352@wisdom.geomtech.com>

To: mhvan@ngs.noaa.gov

CC: www-math@w3.org, www-math@w3.org

Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 22:22:50 -0500

Message-Id: <200105030322.WAA11352@wisdom.geomtech.com>

To: mhvan@ngs.noaa.gov

CC: www-math@w3.org, www-math@w3.org

Hi. You wrote: > I am currently working on a project call "Geodetic Glossary". In my > glossaries, I have lots of Math Equation. However, when I wrote my java > > program to convert the glossaries text files into xml files. Then I use > > XSLT to generate them in HTML format. > Here is an example: > <PrimaryDef>The quantity RT/gM, where g is the acceleration of > gravity, M is the mass of the atmosphere below the height where the > temperature is T, and R is the gas constant 8.3143 $x 10[3~ J/(kmol $. > K). > </PrimaryDef> > > 8.3143 $x 10[3~J/(kmol $. K ). $x is mean multiply, 10[3~ is mean 10^3, > > and $. is mean a dot in between kmol and K. Sounds like an interesting project. > I did you EX-math to convert the text equation into MathML. However, > when I add them in my xml files and try to transform it into HTML > format. It doesn't show the right math equation. Should I write a DTD > for it or XSLT? How do I find an easy way to do. I have lots of math > equations in all my xml files. My company, Design Science, makes a WebEQ page wizard program for exactly this task. After you generate your XML with embedded TeX code, you would send it to the WebEQ Page Wizard to expand the TeX code into MathML, and optionally generate equation images or WebEQ Math Viewer applet tags. You can set various options about the MathML to generate, e.g. whether to use a namespace prefix, etc. It comes in a GUI version, and a command-line version. You can get a 30-day demo at http://www.dessci.com/dl/webeq.stm --Robert ------------------------------------------------------------------ Robert Miner RobertM@dessci.com MathML 2.0 Specification Co-editor 651-223-2883 Design Science, Inc. "How Science Communicates" www.dessci.com ------------------------------------------------------------------Received on Wednesday, 2 May 2001 23:23:00 UTC

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