do you know of a WYSIWYG equation editor, like DragMath, implemented in javascript/mathml or Flash?   I could embed DragMath as well, but I was wondering if there's a way to have a good WYSIWYG formula editor without requiring the users to run a...
I have included the following on my html page:  <link rel="stylesheet" href="../css/jqmath-0.4.3.css">  <script src="../js/jquery-1.12.1.min.js"></script> <script src="../js/jqmath-etc-0.4.3.min.js"...
Does any one know of any known algorithm and/or open source project that converts presentation mathml to content mathml?   Javascript is preferable if there is any open source project. But any other language is appreciated too.   If not, do you have...
How do I left-align all MathJax equation "on-render". When you set displayAlign: "left", the equations would first be centered, then after 0.5s, they move to the left. So basically, it flashes to the left, which is visually unpleasant...
I'd like to convert expressions like these:  "a*x^2+b*x^2+c+d"...   "log((a*x)/sin(x))"...   "1/x"...  Into MathML using JavaScript. Any suggestions? The closest I found was ASCIIMathML (http://www1.chapman.edu/~jipsen/mat...
Suppose I have something of the form:  `<semantics>  ## from here   <apply>     <apply>       <vector>       </vector>     </apply>   </apply> ## to here <annotation-xml>    <apply>    </apply&...
I'm trying to render mathML into an HTML5 canvas. The best suggestion so far has been to embed the mathML as an SVG foreign object, render into an image and then render the image into the canvas.  The problem is that this approach works in Firefo...
I have multiple arrays containing mathml(xml) elements.  For example my arraylist:  Array (     [0] => <mi>x</mi><mo>=</mo><mfrac><mrow><mo>-</mo><mi>b</mi>      <mo>±</mo>&l...
I am using mathjax to convert mathml in svg. my input html is given below. When i convert below into svg by using mathjax process queue, It generate output with negative margin. Due to that mathml equations overlap to each other.     <!doctype htm...

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