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Thursday, January 13, 2005

LaTeX in WordPress

Filed under: — Carthik @ 9:30 am

Scientists, researchers and publishers who use LaTex might be interested in checking out this WordPress blog which serves to illustrate the use of LaTeX in WordPress.

The blog talks about LaTeX Render, a plugin for rendering LaTeX formatted text in WordPress, and that includes integral equations, tables and such! LaTeX is far superior to any WYSIWYG text editor, and produces beautiful papers. I have been using it for my research work, and it’s amazing to see that LaTeX elements can be embedded in blogs. Wow!

IllustRender is another plugin that weblog talks about, which aids in adding illustrations to WordPress weblogs.

2 Comments

  1. LaTeX in WordPress
    LaTeX in WordPress .

    Trackback by McGee's Musings — 1/13/2005 @ 2:38 pm

  2. there is also mimetex. its not a plugin but you can easily write a custom function to make it work like one. the advantage that mimetex has over latex render is that it can work without latex and image magick being installed on the server.

    Comment by abhi — 1/30/2005 @ 2:10 am

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