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What websites allow users to quickly and simply convert mathematical equations into SVG without having to install or run any software?

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Try Troy Henderson's LaTeX Previewer:

  1. Type: $$ E = mc^2 $$
  2. Click Download.
  3. Select SVG.
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No kerning! Oh noes! –  meawoppl Sep 6 at 18:44

You can use CodeCogs LaTeX. It supports .svg format too.

  1. Enter equation.
  2. Choose .svg as format and options.
  3. Download image.
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Another posibility is the wonderful latexit Program.

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This runs only on Mac computers? Please be a little bit more specific ... –  Kurt Mar 19 '13 at 18:10
I'm not sure. This is the original URL www.chachatelier.fr/latexit. Now, I'm going to copy a reference about it: LaTeXiT also comes with a service that gives you the possibility to type and transform equations in other text editors. Here are some key features of "LaTeXiT": · Syntax colouring and auto-completion of LaTeX keywords · Included application service · LinkBack support · Smart LaTeX errors manager · LaTeX palette · Automatic history and library management · Several export formats (PDF, EPS, TIFF, PNG...)" –  jpayansomet Mar 19 '13 at 18:24
As far as I can tell, this requires installing software, which was explicitly not desired. pierre.chachatelier.fr/latexit/latexit-downloads.php?lang=en –  Dave Jarvis Aug 30 at 0:53

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