Articles, Presentations, and Tutorials

Have your own presentation, article or informative blog post on MathJax? Let us know and we can add it here.

Articles

Accessible Pages with MathJax
by Neil Soiffer
Design Science, Inc.

Mathematics E-learning Community Benefits from MathJax
by Hylke Koers

Presentations

MathJax: a JavaScript-based engine for including TeX and MathML in HTML
by Davide P. Cervone
2010 Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Francisco

MathType, Math Markup, and the Goal of Cut and Paste
by Robert Miner
2010 Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Francisco

Tutorials

How to integrate MathJax into your web pages
by Casey W. Stark

How to use MathJax in Tumblr
by Hylke Koers

How to use MathJax in BlackBoard
by Hylke Koers

  • filipe gomes

    Good morning (night?)

    I´m a math teacher from Portuga,
    I would like if is possible to have documentation in pdf to see how can I integrate MathJax in my pdf or word documents.

    Thank you
    Filipe Gomes

  • David

    I suppose Filipe’s comments are a bit old so he may not see my reply, but maybe someone else will find this info useful:

    MathJax probably isn’t the right product for your purposes if you want to do equation editing in a non-web document. You might check out LaTeX (e.g. TeX Live for Windows or MacTeX for an Apple computer), which is my favored document editor. Microsoft Word also supports an equation editor, though I’ve always find Word to be clunky and slow in general. My understanding is that MathJax is purely web-based, though it makes great use of LaTeX and MathML languages and does better formatting than anything else for web equations.

    If you want more info on LaTeX, slides from a short course are at the UCLA Statistical Consulting Center.

    Best,
    David

  • Sharil Shafie

    I Use LyX as a front end GUI editor for latex. Could not ask for more. It is distributed in many OS such as Linux and Windows.

  • Cristiano Rosa

    Can I consider MathJax for epubs or there is another way for current epub or even epub3?

  • Davide Cervone

    @Cristiano:

    See the MathJax developer forum discussion for some details on this. Also this blog post about epub with MathJax on iPad

    Davide

  • Prodyot

    Downloaded the software a few minutes back and I am already liking it.
    The documentation are great too.
    Thanks for the software.

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    great.. thanks.. :)

  • vkulkarni

    awsome…. Thanks to all..:) It helped me alot.