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Hello everyone I've added this mathy file to the wiki, tell me what you think

 

 

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Comments (7)

Anonymous said

at 8:59 am on Jan 26, 2006

John, you asked me to comment on your uploaded html - unfortunately I got told I needed internet explorer 6 and math player - so it didnt work for me at Lloyds. I'll take a look at home.

Anonymous said

at 3:20 pm on Jan 26, 2006

Unusually, I was able to download Math Player at work and it works really well! I recall coming across a website a while ago, which produced a jpeg of equations from ASCII. I presume it was based on MathML too. It was faster to produce equations on that site than to use Microsoft's equation editor. Unfortunately, I can't remember the address!

Anonymous said

at 7:50 pm on Jan 26, 2006

Sounds interesting, I like that the equations are rendered in some sort of text though, unlike a jpeg. One can imagine a super advance search engine actually recognising the equation as such, that (alot) less likely with a jpeg ....

Anonymous said

at 7:51 pm on Jan 26, 2006

IMHO

Anonymous said

at 8:22 pm on Jan 26, 2006

Oh yeah and the whole page will be a bit more flexible in how it's rendered. A jpeg stays one size, but the text in a browser can change as required by the user.

Anonymous said

at 11:15 am on Jan 27, 2006

Fair points! Do you know of any way to use MathML in non-web documents (e.g. Word)?

Anonymous said

at 12:59 pm on Jan 29, 2006

Not an expert, I think there are tools to go from word to HTML/MathML. It would be a retrograde step (again IMHO) to go from web documents that everyone can see to Word docs that not everyone can. Web pages can also be printed out (if you really need to ;)

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