SciWriter 220.127.116.11 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
Aurora 2.1 Aurora lets you use LaTeX to enter mathematics in word processors, presentation programs, and just about anywhere else. It makes sure that your formulas look good, print prettily, and play nice with the rest of the text.
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TeX Expressions Put in Human-Readable Format. BaKoMa TeX. Just as hard as to learn a new foreign language — is for a newbie to code a mathematical formula with TeX. It requires remembering a handful of tricky expressions and totally wears out on debugging the code: TeX provides no way to see whether or not the formula you have typed is syntactically correct, and