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plugin:mathtran [2014-02-07 09:19]
78.8.8.126 [What is it?]
plugin:mathtran [2018-06-04 23:32]
Klap-in [Download and Installation]
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-====== mathtran plugin ======+====== mathtran Plugin ======
  
 ---- plugin ---- ---- plugin ----
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 similar    :  similar    : 
 tags       : math, formulae, tex tags       : math, formulae, tex
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 downloadurl: http://www.delrieu.org/dokuwiki-plugin/mathtran.zip downloadurl: http://www.delrieu.org/dokuwiki-plugin/mathtran.zip
 +bugtracker : 
 +sourcerepo : 
 +donationurl: 
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 +screenshot_img: 
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 ===== Download and Installation ===== ===== Download and Installation =====
  
-Download and install the plugin using the [[plugin:plugin|Plugin Manager]] using the following URL. Refer to [[:Plugins]] on how to install plugins manually. +Search and install the plugin using the [[plugin:extension|Extension Manager]]. Refer to [[:Plugins]] on how to install plugins manually.
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-http://www.delrieu.org/dokuwiki-plugin/mathtran.zip+
  
 ===== Syntax ===== ===== Syntax =====
  
-<code><tex>my-math-formulae</tex></code>+  <tex>my-math-formulae</tex>
  
 Math syntax see: Math syntax see:
-   http://refcards.com/docs/silvermanj/tex/tex-refcard-letter.pdf + 
-   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Math_markup+  {{https://trello-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/5af4815352fa15728c62aaae/5b0eccc7af9c436a810c3456/777c21fdc0c202cbb645fb9cc4e95dfb/tex-refcard-letter.pdf|tex-refcard-letter.pdf}} 
 +  [[wp>List_of_mathematical_symbols|List of mathematical symbols]]
  
 ===== Example ===== ===== Example =====
  
-<code><tex>\displaystyle { BF_i = \prod_{j=1}^{N_{loci}}{ {\hat{\nu}_j^{S_{ij}} .  { (1-\hat{\nu}_j)^{(1-S_{ij}) }  } \over { {\hat{\theta}_j^{S_{ij}} .  { (1-\hat{\theta}_j)^{(1-S_{ij}) } } }    } </tex></code>+<code> 
 +<tex>\displaystyle { BF_i = \prod_{j=1}^{N_{loci}}{ {\hat{\nu}_j^{S_{ij}} .  { (1-\hat{\nu}_j)^{(1-S_{ij}) }  } \over { {\hat{\theta}_j^{S_{ij}} .  { (1-\hat{\theta}_j)^{(1-S_{ij}) } } }    } </tex> 
 +</code>
  
 gives: gives:
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 Images are re-built each time the page is accessed. This is no big deal since the MathTran web service is quite responsive. Images are re-built each time the page is accessed. This is no big deal since the MathTran web service is quite responsive.
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 ===== Suggestion ===== ===== Suggestion =====
-It will be better if we can use some parameters to control the alignment of the image. For example, <tex mediacenter>1+2</tex>, which generate code like this <a alt="tex:1+2" class="mediacenter">.+ 
 +It will be better if we can use some parameters to control the alignment of the image. For example, ''%%<tex mediacenter>1+2</tex>%%'', which generate code like this ''%%<a alt="tex:1+2" class="mediacenter">%%''.
  
 And if the the image can be cached, the plugin can also be used in offline/personal wiki. And if the the image can be cached, the plugin can also be used in offline/personal wiki.
plugin/mathtran.txt · Last modified: 2018-06-04 23:32 by Klap-in