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Re: MathML Problems

From: Ray Kiddy <ray@ganymede.org>
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2009 14:39:14 -0800
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To: www-math@w3.org

On Feb 12, 2009, at 12:45 PM, Thomas E. Leathrum wrote:

> Wei Bin Chuah wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am a math teacher planning to use MathML for my website. However,  
>> when I copy and paste the code and save it as a HTML file, it does  
>> not appear as it should be. May you guys help me solve the problem?
>> Thanks.
> At risk of raising accusations of self-promotion, here are a couple  
> of links to things I have written to make writing MathML a bit easier:
> http://cs.jsu.edu/~leathrum/mathtrans/mathtrans.xml
> http://cs.jsu.edu/~leathrum/mathtrans/articlestyledoc.xml
> or for a list of these tools, some examples, and other stuff together:
> http://cs.jsu.edu/~leathrum/mathtrans/index.xml
> The earlier comment about browsers is important here, too, though:   
> these tools really only work well in Firefox (v2.0 or later).  But I  
> hope you will find them to be worth a try.
> Regards,
> Tom Leathrum

These apps are interesting. They certainly make things easier from the  
average math professional, who would probably know TeX. I am looking  
for the "DWIM" language for encoding mathematical expressions and I am  
not finding it. :-)

I often work things out in either sage or R and want to put the result  
into some web page. I have one way to do it that works. I take a  
partial screenshot and plug the PNG file into the page. Not optimal.

I learned HTML and such before learning math, and not the other way  
around. Additionally, tools that have been around tend to be for  
Windows. Do I want to learn TeX just to get MathML? That seems wrong.  
O well.

cheers - ray
Received on Thursday, 12 February 2009 22:39:57 UTC

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