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.