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Compiling documents online

I would like to use a calculator that allows me to write formulas and questions in LaTeX or TeX. Is there anything JS based?

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migrated from stackoverflow.com Mar 30 '12 at 21:25

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marked as duplicate by egreg, percusse, Werner, Thorsten, doncherry Mar 31 '12 at 7:19

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Does tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3/compiling-documents-online contain anything useful? – Caramdir Mar 30 '12 at 21:35
@Caramdir I think it's even a duplicate... – percusse Mar 30 '12 at 22:01
@percusse: I'm not sure what the "calculator" in the question is about. – Caramdir Mar 30 '12 at 22:07
@Caramdir I think it's something that you enter a formula and it's typeset with LaTeX after computation such as what is 34/2?. And the answer would be something like rendering $\frac{34}{2}=17$. – percusse Mar 30 '12 at 22:10
Welcome to TeX.sx! Your question was migrated here from Stack Overflow. Please register on this site, too, and make sure that both accounts are associated with each other, otherwise you won't be able to comment on or accept answers or edit your question. – Werner Mar 31 '12 at 0:08

Check out Scribtex , CodeCogs , Monkeytex

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ShareLaTeX looks great.

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this seems updated: http://www.scribtex.com/

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The physics stackexchange partner site uses MathJax and it works beautifully.

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...same goes for Math.SE. – Werner Mar 31 '12 at 0:06

I recently tried LaTeX Lab -- http://docs.latexlab.org/. It seems to be a very capable LaTeX editor, but as far as I know, it does not support XeLaTeX or figure insertion yet.

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