MathJax is is an open source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all modern browsers. It allows LaTeX commands as input which are then rendered similar to the way LaTeX itself does it. Note that questions dealing with installation of MathJax, how it works, or rendering problems ...

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Convert Latex to MathJax-HTML

Is there any tool that can convert Latex documents to HTML documents, so that all math is presented with MathJax? (Obviously, it is fairly easy to hack together a quick Perl script that is able to do ...
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How can I visualize Matrix operations?

I would like to visualize some matrix operations like that: How can I do that (preferably something that also works for mathjax)?
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Comparing MathJax and MathML

My organisation needs to update its website, which, in particular, will host a number of blogs and wikis on mathematics-related themes. We need to use some way of rendering of LaTeX on our web pages. ...
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How to typeset a matrix with MathJax?

I need to typeset a matrix with square brackets as delimiters for math.se (I believe they use MathJaX). How would I do that?
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Getting superscripts in math mode without the ^ character

Is there a way to get the superscript math mode behavior without using ^? By way of background: I work at a large school that has a large web site that occasionally has math content on pages. I ...
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What parsers for (La)TeX mathematics exist outside of the TeX engines?

Inspired by the author's motivation for asking Is there a BNF grammar of tex language. Are there any well done libraries that can parse some subset of TeX mathematics independently of the TeX engine? ...
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Converting LaTeX to HTML but keeping equations as LaTeX

I'm using tex4ht for conversion of heavily maths loaded LaTeX files into HTML to be able to serve them in a web app. Can successfully convert all equations to MathML and jsMath. But as equations are ...
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Are there any server-side LaTeX to HTML-CSS converters?

I'm looking for something equivalent to MathJax, but that does the conversion(s) from MathML or LaTeX to HTML-CSS on the server backend as my site is rendering the page, rather than relying on ...
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conversion issues using htlatex and MathJax/mathML method

I am using the method shown in this answer below to convert my LaTeX file to HTML so that the resulting LaTeX file is processed by MathJax via MATHML: Convert Latex to MathJax-HTML "... mathml ...
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zero-installation LaTeX-ish math for casual users?

I teach physics at a community college, often to biology majors who are not math or computer geeks. For certain assignments, I require them to type up materials that include math. A typical ...
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Latex “element of with two strokes” (⋹)

Is there a latex symbol akin to \in, but with two strokes? It has a Unicode equivalent, ⋹. I looked on detexify, but I couldn't find anything that matched. If it doesn't exist, how might I "rig" it? ...
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Mathjax inline mode not rendering

In wordpress, I appended the Mathjax CDN to my header file. The inline equations do not render while the display-mode equations seem fine. An example: I have experience with Mathjax on another CMS ...
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How can I make height-matched absolute value symbols without including packages? [closed]

I want to use the following formula: or, in markup: $$| \sum_i \vec{v}_i \Delta t_i |$$ I want to make nice height-matched absolute value delimiters, but I can't use any packages (I'm using ...
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Text Mode Macros with MathJax

I find here that MathJax supports only math-mode macros (such as \sqrt{}) and not text-mode macros (such as \begin{align}). I am currently building a small wiki that will host mathematics articles, ...
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Are there efforts to develop a standard for (La)TeX-like math syntax?

One of the reasons many people in technical disciplines start using LaTeX in the first place is for the ease of typesetting mathematical formulas with it. In some circles, LaTeX-like syntax has become ...
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Cancellation in fractions [closed]

This came up in Math.SE. Is there any way to produce a single cancellation across two fractions, like this? Ideally, it should be MathJax compatible, since that's what we use over there. ...
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Using simple, MathJax-compatible TeX to put enclose a matrix in braces

I was trying to explain the identity matrix over at Math StackExchange and I wound up using the following. $${\bf I_n} = \underbrace{ \left.\left( ...
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Evaluation Symbol: Consistent Implementation

This question has been posted several times but... I'm looking for a consistent implementation of the evaluation symbol: Evaluation bar as delimeter: <...>| Auto-size to its enclosing ...
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MathJax vertical space + too thick fraction lines [closed]

When I use MathJax, sometimes the fraction lines got a different thickness (below imgage). Why? Another question is how to increase the vertical space between the lines, because in \begin{align} ... ...
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Equations in normal LaTeX to MathJax formatting

To use the align environment in a document one does something like: \begin{align*} x &= \sqrt{4^2-1^2} \\ &= \sqrt{15}. \end{align*}put However, to achieve the same desired output on a ...
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How do I number equations with roman numbers?

I would like to display a set of equations with roman numerals on the left side. The equations should be left aligned and the = should be aligned. Something like that: I) ae + bg = ae + cf ...
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bad looking binomial

I want to post something on math.stackexchange, but I have doubts about visual aspects of it. Take a look at $ {n \choose \lfloor \frac{n}{2}\rfloor} $ or $ { {n} \choose \frac{n}{k}} $ It ...
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Converting latex to html using exsheets, and keeping equations as latex

I have been successfully using the configuration described in the excellent answer to keeping equations as latex, so as to use MathJax. Now I wish to also use the exsheets package (for creating ...
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Adding horizontal space between fraction in mathjax latex code?

Here is the equation written in mathjax $$y=\frac{1 eV x^2}{2 md v^2}y$$ but it renders like this but i want to show like this i know one idea like this ...
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A Mathjax 'cheatsheet' in LaTeX [duplicate]

I would like to write a LaTeX document in which several Mathjax commands are shown as source code and compiled. So I want to have a list of items and have them show up on, for example, the left side ...
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htlatex and differences between html and xhtml

To date, I have generated html files using htlatex rather than xhtml. This has been for one simple reason. I can right click on the html file and open it in MS word to then save and distribute to ...
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Uninstalling STIX Fonts

I recently installed the texlive-full package, and want to uninstall the STIX fonts because they are interfering with my MathJax rendering. What is the terminal command to uninstall them? (I'm using ...
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LaTeX to MathML conversion: tools, limitations, and approaches?

As far as I understand there are two ways to display LaTeX on the web: The MathJax JavaScript library, which allows you to embed LaTeX directly within HTML tags, but such LaTeX is converted by ...
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LaTeX in blogger (Google) [closed]

I want to write equation as LaTeX in blogger so need to setup MathJax may be. If anyone have done this before then please suggest me what to do. At first I opened the temple >> HTML of that temple >> ...
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Why does the less than equal to symbol not appear as intended in the following code?

When I use the following code on stats.stackexchange.com (which is powered by MathJax) the \le does not render properly. Is this a bug in MathJax or am I not using the \le symbol properly? $X_3 = ...
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Subscripts on Variables uneven

When I write something like $|x_n y_n - xy|<\epsilon$ the n's in the subscripts are placed at different depths, which looks awkward in my opinion. For instance, see this post over on ...
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Creating mathjax-style documents

Is there any software, website, etc. that renders a document as if MathJax were being used, but in such a way that the output can be read by someone who is not using MathJax? (Perhaps the equations ...
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Different size brackets for binomial coefficient in inline mode using MathJax [closed]

While using MathJax to typeset binomial coefficients, I came across this problem of different sized brackets if my lower index contains the '0' character. Is there anyway to make the brackets the same ...
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Prevent TeX4ht from inserting img in equation with \mathcal

When I use TeX4ht to produce MathML, it produces an image when I use \mathcal in the equation. The result is that MathJax complains that the code is not valid. Is there a way to fix this problem? ...
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WYSIWYG JavaScript editor for MathJax [closed]

I am looking for a WYSYWIG JavaScript editor for MathJax. I've read all the answers to similar questions (here and there) but could not find anything that is licensed under a liberal open source ...
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Which renderer will be the right one for displaying LaTeX math expression on the web browser?

Sorry in advance if this is an old topic, but I am new to this so I wasn't sure what to search for: I am trying to create a dynamic equation displayed in LaTeX on my website, and I am not sure what ...
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TeX4ht without converting math formulas

Maybe my question is very silly or maybe very trivial, but I can't figure out the solution... I want to regularly publish parts of Latex documents to a Wordpress where I have the MathJax plugin ...
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mathjax \sqrt command

I don't if this forum is the right place where post my question, anyway, it concerns TeX. Mathjax seems to create the bar over the argument of \sqrt command as a box with a sequence of very densely ...
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How to typeset mathematical expressions in Facebook posts? [closed]

Could anyone kindly explain to me how to use MathJax to typeset mathematical expressions in Facebook posts? This YouTube video shows that it can be done, but it does not contain any explanation. Thank ...
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How can I write this expression with box using MathJAX? [closed]

I'm a beginner of LaTeX. I'm trying to write below expression using MathJAX. I could write expression without box using array package. But I couldn't draw a box within array. Can you help me please? ...
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How to create an arrow above a dashed arrow (the easiest way)?

I'd like to know how to make two arrows: one above another where the lower arrow is the dashed one. I came up with a code like this: $$ f_n \overset{\rightarrow}\dashrightarrow f $$ which ...
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MathJax won't render dynamically sized left/right braces (or parentheses, brackets, etc) [closed]

When I try something like: \left\{ x+y = z \\ 2x - 3y = yomamma , MathJax fails to render. At first I thought it was an issue with my website, but this problem also happens on the official MathJax ...
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What comand should I use to fork used in math [duplicate]

When doing practical math, you often fork your calculation due to some conditions, eg. when doing equations with absolute value. There is a symbol for this, and I wonder if mathJax can render this one ...
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displaying TeX in web app

First I tried to ask this question on stackoverflow but it looks like that it's TeX specific. I'm having a TeX file on server, and need to display it in web page. The first thing I was thinking about ...
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Command for > and < in mathmode [closed]

I am using LaTeX but embedded in XML. I would like to not have to use > and < directly inside the LaTeX parts. On the other hand, I would like to not have to write them as HTML entities ...
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Are there any plugins for LaTeX or TeX in Netbeans, Eclipse or any IDE? [duplicate]

I was wondering if there are any plugins for LaTeX or TeX in Netbeans, Eclipse or any IDE? Thank you so much.
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“Math Processing Error” when processing LaTeX using knitr in R

I've never had any problem with my Latex appearing properly when using knitr before, but recently when I compile my document, I get this error: I'm not sure why this is happening. The error output ...
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Latex on your website [closed]

I am trying to build a new website from scratch. As, I would have to write mathematical and chemical expressions in the content, and I am already an avid user of physics, math and chem stack exchange ...
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Lower the exponent in $\hat{h}^2$ [closed]

In Mathjax, h^2 \hat{h}^2 (\hat{h})^2 results in I want the middle block, but with 2 lower.
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Article with mathjax to latex document [closed]

I write articles in my site, and use mathjax, \( and \) for inline mode and $$ and $$ for display mode. I want to move some articles to latex document. What is the simple way to do it?