If you can’t get enough reading through the examples of MathJax in use, then here’s an even longer list of pages.

This is still only a small fraction of all the websites and platforms using MathJax. In June 2011, there were close to 2000 domains using MathJax.

If you know a resource we should add, please contact us.

### Gallery of selected sites

**Scholarly communication**

- AMS Feature Columns
- AMS MathSciNet
- The Annals of Mathematics
- Elsevier’s Article of the Future
- CERN document server
- Project Euclid
- Biomedical Optics Express & Optical Material Express (from The Optical Society)
- INSPIRE
- Math-Net.Ru
- Scholarpedia
- Introduction to Calculus, an interactive textbook by Group Study.net
- Particle Data group uses MathJax for their repository for particle physics data.
- AstraAlgo cWeb, an international interdisciplinary journal of science.

**Academia**

- Lecture Notes | Notes on Physcis (example), , lecture notes to accompany two sets of video lectures given by renowned physicists, Professor Leonard Susskind and Professor Walter Lewin.
- Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics (University of Alabama in Huntsville)
- KAIST (Department of Mathematical Sciences, South Korea)
- Toronto Math Wiki (Department of Mathematics of the University of Toronto)
- El Jabr (Aïn Temouchent University; in French)
- Statistics for Engineering (McMaster University)
- IsarMathLib (Isabelle/ZF theorem proving environment)
- Mathnotes.me Stanford course pages by Pierre Garapon.
- Catalogue of Complex Hadamard Matrices by Wojciech Bruzda, Wojciech Tadej and Karol Życzkowski.
- Aorinevo.com, calculus course pages.

**Q&A, Forums, Wiki’s**

- math.stackexchange (example), a popular Q&A platform from the makers of StackOverflow.
- Math Overflow
- ProofWiki
- Traditio-ru.org, a Russian wiki.
- GeoGebra Wiki
- suluclac.com
- Gollum (the GitHub wiki system)
- SklogWiki (thermodynamics and statistical mechanics)
- Group Study / Calculus (example), an “interactive textbook”.
- Math Help Boards, math forums for all levels.

**Search**

**Blogs&personal websites** [early adoptors for historic purposes only]

- The Daily Irrelevant
- Sputsoft
- STM Publishing: Tools, Technologies and Change
- GoGCM
- The Tau Manifesto
- Mathematics Diary
- Tetration
- Program fragments
- Dysfunctional
- Strong Inference
- Math-10 blog
- Sergey Karayev’s Research notes
- iAmmar
- Thoughts on Gifted Education
- dexy blog
- Vita Smid’s blog
- mattischro.me
- Engineering revision

**Technical documentation**

- OPAL tutorial (Optimization of Algorithms)
- formula.js, a javascript implementation of most Microsoft Excel and Google Spreadsheets functions, uses MathJax for documentation.

**E-learning**

- The Khan Academy
- Flat World Knowledge
- MathDL (from the MAA)
- Connexions
- OpenStudy OCW Scholar
- Solutions to Purcell’s Electricity and Magnetism
- Prépas Dupuy de Lôme (in French)
- One Mathematical Cat
- 17calculus
- Revolution Prep
- LearningExpress Hub
- Arithmetic Warm Ups
- BrightStarTutors
- Math.ly
- RootMath
- Schooldocs (in German)
- Chegg Homework Help
- numbas opensource, SCORM-compliant e-assessment system.
- Interactive Mathematics, a site of interactive math lessons using Asciimath-input.
- ULearniversity, K12 and college math education.
- FEMTO, a physics course in French.
- memjogger, flashcards & spaced repetition learning tool with MathJax support.
- Flaslet, a Common Core math practice site.
- Fight Finance, a site dedicated to finance math.
- Formula Directory, a collection for formulas, including the option to compute results, also available as an Android app.

**(Web) Applications**

- Inkling Habitat, a web-based publishing platform.
- StackEdit, a versatile open source markdown+MathJax editor webapp and blogging client using StackExchange’s PageDown library.
- Markx, an open source markdown+MathJax editor heroku app using StackExchange’s PageDown library and optional pandoc integration.
- Fidus Writer, an web based editor for collaborative academic writing.
- Mathbin (math-aware paste-board site)
- MathB.in (another math-aware paste-board site)
- TeXChat an open source chat system using MathJax
- jaxedit (on-line LaTeX editor with live preview)
- Web Equation (handwriting to LaTeX or MathML)
- XplicitMath, solving math problems and rendering solutions in real time.
- Eqeditor (equation editor for iPad)
- MathICanDo (visual editor and tutorials)
- Mathics (online computer algebra system)
- TeX Rendr (a real-time TeX renderer)
- Encalc (free online scientific calculator)
- MathEL-Wiki (a mathematics-enabled version of JSPWiki)
- uComment
- eLyxer (LyX to HTML converter; see the Math Showcase)
- A Baysian calculator and visualization tool
- flatworld knowledge a free textbook publisher using MathJax in their web service.
- MarkedApp, a notetaking app for iOS with MathJax support.
- Maxima, an Android implementation of the classic computer algebra system.
- open source iOS sample app
- open source Android sample app
- CADEC, a CAD system for composite materials.
- Derivative Calculator and Integral Calculator, combining MathJax with Maxima.
- Algebra1 Solver, Android application that solves algebraic expressions.
- Scientific Online Calculator
- Mathway, equation editor.

**Document Preparation**

- Qute, Gecko-based text editor with live-preview for Markdown and MathJax.
- ReText a RestructuredText and Markdown editor with MathJax support.
- Pandoc a universal text document converter with extensive MathJax support
- Nested (structured document creation)
- MathJax combined with deck.js (slide show / presentation software)
- kramdown a markdown parser in ruby with MathJax support
- Example of MathJax in Google’s html5slides, source on github

**Plugins & Scripts**

- MathJax plugin for DokuWiki
- Concrete5 MathJax plugin.
- MathJax Bookmarklet to call MathJax from the CDN on any page; by Christian Perfect.
- Scaling math demo, live preview with slider for scaling the preview (with source on github).
- GmailTeX & GmailChatTeX (to use MathJax with Gmail and Gmail Chat)
- WikidPad (a personal wiki platform)
- Collection of plugins and math-problem generators
- MathJax on Stack Exchange
- MathJax for SPIP
- MathJax-LaTeX plug-in for WordPress.
- Simple-MathJax plug-in for WordPress.
- PluginMathJax for TiddlyWiki
- Sphinx extension: MathJax (see discussion on sphix-dev)
- Static MathJax for Emacs-OrgMode
- MathJax support for Emacs Muse
- AsciiMath input, MathJax output live preview at IntMath.
- Pastebin script switching to local copy of MathJax when offline
- A greasemonkey script to apply MathJax on Github.
- Another greasemonkey script for a more general use.
- MathJax-rails, a simple ruby gem to integrate MathJax with Rails3.
- jQuery plugin for instant MathJax Preview of LaTeX typed in HTML textareas, including a WordPress Plugin, by Christian Perfect
- MathJax plugin for Drupal
- Experimental Drupal MathJax Trigger plugin
- MediaWiki math extension used on Wikipedia, using MathJax since v1.20.
- Advice for Joomla’s JAT3 framework
- MathJax plugin for Trac
- MathJax Extension for the webbased SVG editor SVG edit.
- Instantbird Extension adds MathJax to the Mozilla-based chat client.
- MathJax plugin for Eclipse Mylyn
- Tiddlywiki plugin adding MathJax to the single-file wiki.

**Instructions & “How to”s**

- Tutorial for using MathJax on almost all blogging platforms (Jan 2012) by Christian Perfect.
- Using the Jekyll to generate fallback images in RSS and use MathJax in html.
- Using MathJax on Posterous.
- Using MathJax in Blogger
- Using MathJax with Google Web Toolkit widgets
- Using MathJax with Markdown. See also notepag.es for writing Markdown+MathJax.
- Posting to WordPress from LaTeX, using MathJax
- Converting Javadocs from LaTeXlet to MathJax
- Using iPython Notebooks with Mathjax+Markdown
- open source Windows 8 Metro app

**iOS and Android Apps**

- WritingKit, a markdown+mathjax editor for iOS
- The Graphics Codex, a 3D graphics reference guide.
- marked, a markdown+mathjax live-preview for any text editor.
- open source iOS sample app
- open source Android sample app
- EQ Writer, a markdown+MathJax text editor for iOS.
- DeuterIDE, an IDE with built in MathJax input and preview.

**ePUB reading systems**

- We’ve helped Readium, the IDPF’s reference implementation for ePUB3 to use MathJax for MathML support.
- Evolu-Group Eqate an iOS ePUB reading system.
- Azardi Online, a web-based ePUB3 reading system uses MathJax.

Hello, you have a link to my web site under Plugins as follows:

Formula-of-the-day type JDS plugins, and iGoogle Gadget XML code (http://www.jds.com/jdspluginsmath.asp and http://www.jds.com/igapps/algebra1.xml)

The IGoogle is not going to stay for long per Google. Also, I have extended list of my math plugins at

http://mathematics.jds.com

Can you please remove the old link and include the above link with the title Math Plugins.

Thanks,

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Thanks, Dayal, I’ll update the page.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ces

Highlights

-> solving equations and finding roots of an equation using Grpahical representation of the functions

-> Finding Maxima and Minima of a function as well as Point of inflection of a function

-> Calculating for different values of x

-> Differentation of a function

-> Eigen value and vector of a matrix

-> Binary, hexadecimal, octal calculator

-> conversion of units

-> Automated saving of equations.

Points

– will help you concentrate on the concept rather that remembering unnecessary equations and calculating them.

– Give you the picturization of the function like Sinx / x how the function looks or x-[x]

– helps you to visualize the function and its properties

– It gives the location of the point of intersection of the graphs, hence better visvuilazing.

– its hard to remember all sorts of the conversion, it helps to carry out these conversion on fingre tip

FOR MATHEMATICS ELITES – professors, PHD, MS

With the advancement of technology and complexity counting has become very complex with evolution, mathematics has evolved itself into

hard language like that of latin.

But the processing speed of computers have solved the problem of complex equations, Pentiums, i processors helped solving equations on

computer but with globlization mobility is growing at exponential pace, for the same purpose the mobile technology shall be used

to solve the equations

HIggsBoson Solutions Pvt Ltd has put its endevaour in leaveraging the capability of android OS to solve matghematical problems

in its application (Link of the application) it has provided mathematicians to calculate the roots of equation using graphical representation of the function, caclulating Maxima and minima for a function and also finding the change of concavity i.e. Point of inflection.The application also finds the differentiation of the equation.

It has also provided a way to find eigen values and vectors of the matrix, Inverse of the matrix. It laso provides calculator for solving hexadecimal, binary, octal and decimal calculations.

The scientific calculator helps in solving complex equations ranging from complex composite equations to logarithimic and trignometric equations, it provided variety of unit conversions to help experts to concentrate on the crux of the problem rather concentrating on long equations

For Students – Engineering, Maths

F(x) = x^2-5x+6 and g(x) = sin x

is it tedious to solve this equaution? NO there is rescue operation given by the application

Now, solving these two equations will require 3 pages of solution while it doesn’t add to the conceptual understanding of the problem, if it is deal in graphs it would have been solved in few lines and would have contributed in better understanding of a function. The application helps in plotting accurate graphs and find point of intersection of the equations. The application also find the roots of the equation of f(x) and g(x). The handy nature of the application brings immense help to those who find it diificult to plot the graph manually, same arises with the graphical properties of a function.

As a third user

The graph plotting functionality and graph properties are awesome. It give accurate results and is very easy to use. I searched a lot and found only one android which could produce results with such accuracy.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ces

It’s not quite clear to us if your app uses MathJax. Could you clarify?

Hello All,

I would like to inform you that I wrote an addon (free) to integrate MathJax into Concrete5, IMO one of the best CMS out there.

The addon have a great level of integration with both MathJax and Concrete5.

You can download and install this addon here : http://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/addons/load-mathjax/

Thanks — that’s great! We’ll add it to the list.

Hello, recently I started to use the MathJax script in my blog. I am very pleased with the result. Access: http://obaricentrodamente.blogspot.com/

Hugs!

We keep the “personal blog section” for historic purposes only — these were the first blogs we’d seen. Blogs using MathJax are just too many these days. Luckily, there are specialized sites like mathblogging.org which aggregate mathematical blogs in general. Be sure to get it listed there!

It would be nice if mathblogging.org showed a MathJax badge on those blogs listed that use MathJax. Perhaps that could take the place of the list here.

The last link (Example of MathJax in Google’s html5slides), under document preparation, responds with a 404 error when clicked.

Thanks. The link is fixed but the example seems to not work well anywmore. We’ve added a link to the github account of the author if you want to follow up with them.

The link to TeXChat under (Web) Applications is not working.

Thanks for pointing that out. We’ve updated the link.

http://markx.herokuapp.com/ is a markdown editor with Github integration and MathJax. (comparable to StackEdit)

http://www.careerbless.com/calculators/ScientificCalculator uses MathJax for the scientific calculator which provides step by step solution to mathematical problems

Thanks — added to the list!

Thanks! We’ve added it to our list.