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An interesting artilce on Scott Hanselman's blog:

 

Exploring cross-browser math equations using MathML or LaTeX with MathJax

 

It seems that there are two places online that are shining examples of
online Math rendering and that's MathJax <http://www.mathjax.org/>  and
Math.StackExchange.com <http://math.stackexchange.com/> . MathJax is "an
open source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all
browsers" and Math.StackOverflow.com is well, StackOverflow for Math people.
What's special about Math.SO is that it's integrated MathJax's fantastic
library into it's main editor.

 

http://www.hanselman.com/blog/ExploringCrossbrowserMathEquationsUsingMathMLO
rLaTeXWithMathJax.aspx 

 

--Geoff

 

Geoffrey Duke
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