

 SciWriter is an XML based WYSIWYM word processor that completely integrates writing mathematics and text in the same environment. The native document format of soft4science SciWriter is a subset of XHTML 1.1 and MathML 2.0 

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Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36 
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16 ( 2 12.5% )  Size  3769 kb  Licence  Freeware  Status  New Release  Languages  English  OS  Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista  Homepage  soft4science.com  Author  Bernhard Keil 


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Description: SciWriter is an XMLbased scientific editor that completely integrates writing mathematics and text in the same environment. The native document format is a subset of XHTML 1.1 and MathML 2.0 Presentation Markup. Print Publishing: A SciWriter document can be exported to LaTeX and be published as PDF, Postscript or DVI. Web Publishing: SciWriter documents can be published on the web as XHTML+MathML or as HTML with equations as images.  Short tags: LaTeX Export, MathML, PDF, Math, Postscript, Mathematik, LaTeX Editor, Math, Mathematical Typesetting, Math Software, XML, Equations, Education, XHTML, Equations, Equation, TeX, Formeleditor, scientific, Equation Editor, LaTeX, Editor, Formel, Formula 
 Free Download SciWriter 3.0.3.0 from soft4science.com 
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