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Friday, February 12, 2010


Yesterday I found MathJax. Thanks to Twitter, btw. Twitter can be very helpful in the process of collecting valuable information from the web.
MathJax in brief:
High-quality display of LaTeX and MathML math notation in HTML pages
Supported in most browsers with no plug-ins, extra fonts or special setup for the reader
Easy for authors, flexible for publishers, extensible for developers
Supports math accessibility, cut and paste interoperability and other advanced functionality
Powerful API for integration with other web applications
We are now able to write math on the web.
\[\sum_{k=0}^{n} {n \choose k} = 2^n \]

No plugins needed. Use simple Latex. If you don't know Latex let Mathematica write it for you.


  1. Testing MathJax's usability in posting comment:
    $$ E = mc^2 $$

  2. Learned some new LaTeX today. Sofar I used \binom{n}{k} instead of n \choose k. If that is standard I can drop the AMS extensions.

  3. I'm trying to figure out how to use MathJax from within my blogger blog. I have MathJax installed on my own server and can use it from my server and from other servers within web pages. I haven't been able to figure out what magic HTML to include in a blogger post to use MathJax. Do you have a pointer to instructions on how to do this?

  4. Brian, I added the required javascript to a (dummy) HTML/javascript gadget. ( I leech from )

  5. Please solve it-

  6. Please solve it-


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