Monday, April 16, 2012

Resource for Getting Math Expressions/Equations on Webpage

I just found a really cool website for writing code on websites. You use motor control to write in the expression or equation you want to put onto a webpage.

Most networking mediums like Blogger for example does not allow you to write math statements. So, even if I wanted to write an equation as simple as the parent/untransformed quadratic function, I would need to use the carrot. Effective but not as satisfying as seeing the hovering 2.

So, go to the link above, and draw on the grid what I want.

Now, you can see in this bottome right corner how it will give you LaTex code.

Take that code HERE:
Type that LaTex code from the first link, that y =x^{2} into the "Latex Equation String" and click on "Submit"

You can just copy the image of your equation where it says "Link to Image" or save the image as a .jpg. Then, paste/insert it on sites like this!

I know... it seems a pretty long about way, so if there are quicker ways... feel free to share you humble number of followers out there. I did not have snipping tool for a long time, so if you do not, this is the only way I was able to do it.

Ta-da!  Make it as complicated as you want!


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