*MathJax - use Tex/LaTeX/MathML in HTML pages@ 2010-08-02 8:52 Bastien2010-08-02 15:57 ` Dan Davison 0 siblings, 1 reply; 5+ messages in thread From: Bastien @ 2010-08-02 8:52 UTC (permalink / raw) To: emacs-orgmode Hi all, I just discovered and tested MathJax: http://www.mathjax.org This is quite straightforward: unpack MathJax on your server (together with the fonts zip) and it will display inline LaTeX maths in a webpage. I thought it could be interesting to have an option for people who want to use it instead of the current LaTeX fragments mechanism. Anyone already using MathJax? -- Bastien ^ permalink raw reply [flat|nested] 5+ messages in thread

*Re: MathJax - use Tex/LaTeX/MathML in HTML pages2010-08-02 8:52 MathJax - use Tex/LaTeX/MathML in HTML pages Bastien@ 2010-08-02 15:57 ` Dan Davison2010-08-04 4:24 ` Bastien 0 siblings, 1 reply; 5+ messages in thread From: Dan Davison @ 2010-08-02 15:57 UTC (permalink / raw) To: Bastien;+Cc:emacs-orgmode Hi Bastien, Bastien <bastien.guerry@wikimedia.fr> writes: > Hi all, > > I just discovered and tested MathJax: > > http://www.mathjax.org > > This is quite straightforward: unpack MathJax on your server (together > with the fonts zip) and it will display inline LaTeX maths in a webpage. > > I thought it could be interesting to have an option for people who want > to use it instead of the current LaTeX fragments mechanism. It's quite convenient already (see below), so what exactly would the option involve? Can the javascript and fonts be located remotely? I.e. can org host them like it hosts org-info.js? (I just tried that and failed) I wasn't aware of mathjax but I've just had a quick play. Some notes - MathJax appears to be the successor of jsMath (same developer) - Darlan Cavalcante has written a Worg article[1] on using jsMath with org - Basically, to use jsMath all you need is #+options: latex:verbatim #+style: <script src="/path/to/jsMath/easy/load.js"></script> - To convert this to MathJax, all you need to change is the path: /path/to/mathjax/MathJax.js - I found that a document with lots of maths rendered visually the same in mathjax as jsMath - Mathjax was considerably slower to render the maths. (I think that under the hood it converts to mathML which jsMath does not do (?)) - Whereas google-chrome did not work with jsMath for me, it worked fine with MathJax. This is nice because google-chrome produces a clean pdf (firefox adds the file path at the top of the document) - We can put the latex in a src block using #+begin_src latex :results raw :exports results As I said the other day[2], one reason I am excited about these technologies is that we can produce a pdf with pretty source code fontification via htmlize (rather than ugly[3] latex listings output) and genuine mathematical fonts rather than ugly dvipng images. I do this via CUPS print to file under linux, which allows the web browser to produce a .ps or .pdf. I'd be interested to know how we can make this a more "genuine" org export path. Dan > > Anyone already using MathJax? Footnotes: [1] http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-jsmath.php [2] http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/28150 [3] No one has replied to my post the other day, so I'll be more contentious. Can anyone demonstrate how to make source code look anywhere near as nice using listings in latex as with htmlize.el? ^ permalink raw reply [flat|nested] 5+ messages in thread

*2010-08-02 15:57 ` Dan DavisonRe: MathJax - use Tex/LaTeX/MathML in HTML pages@ 2010-08-04 4:24 ` Bastien2010-08-04 8:31 ` Christopher Witte 2010-08-07 7:18 ` Carsten Dominik 0 siblings, 2 replies; 5+ messages in thread From: Bastien @ 2010-08-04 4:24 UTC (permalink / raw) To: Dan Davison;+Cc:emacs-orgmode Hi Dan, Dan Davison <davison@stats.ox.ac.uk> writes: > It's quite convenient already (see below), so what exactly would the > option involve? Can the javascript and fonts be located remotely? From what I understand, no, the javascript and fonts have to be on the server. I just installed an instance on orgmode.org: http://orgmode.org/mathjax/test/ > - Darlan Cavalcante has written a Worg article[1] on using jsMath with > org > - Basically, to use jsMath all you need is > > #+options: latex:verbatim > #+style: <script src="/path/to/jsMath/easy/load.js"></script> Great! So to use mathjax on orgmode.org (Worg etc.) : #+options: latex:verbatim #+style: <script type="text/javascript" src="/mathjax/MathJax.js"></script> > - Mathjax was considerably slower to render the maths. (I think that > under the hood it converts to mathML which jsMath does not do (?)) I'm not sure. Maybe MathJax is faster once reasonably tweaked. > As I said the other day[2], one reason I am excited about these > technologies is that we can produce a pdf with pretty source code > fontification via htmlize (rather than ugly[3] latex listings output) > and genuine mathematical fonts rather than ugly dvipng images. I do this > via CUPS print to file under linux, which allows the web browser to > produce a .ps or .pdf. I'd be interested to know how we can make this a > more "genuine" org export path. You mean org -> HTML -> ps? Is it not possible to call firefox (or Xulrunner) in batch mode to convert an HTML page into .ps? If so, we can have two ways of producing org->pdf, one through LaTeX, one through HTML... -- Bastien ^ permalink raw reply [flat|nested] 5+ messages in thread

*Re: Re: MathJax - use Tex/LaTeX/MathML in HTML pages2010-08-04 4:24 ` Bastien@ 2010-08-04 8:31 ` Christopher Witte2010-08-07 7:18 ` Carsten Dominik 1 sibling, 0 replies; 5+ messages in thread From: Christopher Witte @ 2010-08-04 8:31 UTC (permalink / raw) To: emacs-orgmode [-- Attachment #1.1: Type: text/plain, Size: 2551 bytes --] ASCIIMathML http://www1.chapman.edu/~jipsen/mathml/asciimath.html might also be an alternative, for that you need fonts on the client (Firefox, I don't think IE supports MathML out of the box), and it uses MathML so it is standard compliant. Regards Chris. On 4 August 2010 06:24, Bastien <bastien.guerry@wikimedia.fr> wrote: > Hi Dan, > > Dan Davison <davison@stats.ox.ac.uk> writes: > > > It's quite convenient already (see below), so what exactly would the > > option involve? Can the javascript and fonts be located remotely? > > From what I understand, no, the javascript and fonts have to be on the > server. > > I just installed an instance on orgmode.org: > > http://orgmode.org/mathjax/test/ > > > - Darlan Cavalcante has written a Worg article[1] on using jsMath with > > org > > - Basically, to use jsMath all you need is > > > > #+options: latex:verbatim > > #+style: <script src="/path/to/jsMath/easy/load.js"></script> > > Great! So to use mathjax on orgmode.org (Worg etc.) : > > #+options: latex:verbatim > #+style: <script type="text/javascript" > src="/mathjax/MathJax.js"></script> > > > - Mathjax was considerably slower to render the maths. (I think that > > under the hood it converts to mathML which jsMath does not do (?)) > > I'm not sure. Maybe MathJax is faster once reasonably tweaked. > > > As I said the other day[2], one reason I am excited about these > > technologies is that we can produce a pdf with pretty source code > > fontification via htmlize (rather than ugly[3] latex listings output) > > and genuine mathematical fonts rather than ugly dvipng images. I do this > > via CUPS print to file under linux, which allows the web browser to > > produce a .ps or .pdf. I'd be interested to know how we can make this a > > more "genuine" org export path. > > You mean org -> HTML -> ps? > > Is it not possible to call firefox (or Xulrunner) in batch mode to > convert an HTML page into .ps? > > If so, we can have two ways of producing org->pdf, one through LaTeX, > one through HTML... > > -- > Bastien > > _______________________________________________ > Emacs-orgmode mailing list > Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. > Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org > http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode > -- Postdoctoral Research Fellow Molecular Imaging Group Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP) Campus Berlin-Buch Robert-Roessle-Str. 10 13125 Berlin, Germany Phone: 00493094793-279 [-- Attachment #1.2: Type: text/html, Size: 4177 bytes --] [-- Attachment #2: Type: text/plain, Size: 201 bytes --] _______________________________________________ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode ^ permalink raw reply [flat|nested] 5+ messages in thread

*Re: Re: MathJax - use Tex/LaTeX/MathML in HTML pages2010-08-04 4:24 ` Bastien 2010-08-04 8:31 ` Christopher Witte@ 2010-08-07 7:18 ` Carsten Dominik1 sibling, 0 replies; 5+ messages in thread From: Carsten Dominik @ 2010-08-07 7:18 UTC (permalink / raw) To: Bastien;+Cc:Dan Davison, emacs-orgmode On Aug 4, 2010, at 6:24 AM, Bastien wrote: > Hi Dan, > > Dan Davison <davison@stats.ox.ac.uk> writes: > >> It's quite convenient already (see below), so what exactly would the >> option involve? Can the javascript and fonts be located remotely? > > From what I understand, no, the javascript and fonts have to be on the > server. > > I just installed an instance on orgmode.org: > > http://orgmode.org/mathjax/test/ > >> - Darlan Cavalcante has written a Worg article[1] on using jsMath >> with >> org >> - Basically, to use jsMath all you need is >> >> #+options: latex:verbatim >> #+style: <script src="/path/to/jsMath/easy/load.js"></script> > > Great! So to use mathjax on orgmode.org (Worg etc.) : > > #+options: latex:verbatim > #+style: <script type="text/javascript" src="/mathjax/MathJax.js"></ > script> I just tried this: #+options: latex:verbatim #+style: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://orgmode.org/mathjax/MathJax.js "></script> and it just worked, also with a remote server..... Now, this is really really cool! Wow. Thanks to all for digging up this cool way of doing math in HTML. - Carsten > >> - Mathjax was considerably slower to render the maths. (I think that >> under the hood it converts to mathML which jsMath does not do (?)) > > I'm not sure. Maybe MathJax is faster once reasonably tweaked. > >> As I said the other day[2], one reason I am excited about these >> technologies is that we can produce a pdf with pretty source code >> fontification via htmlize (rather than ugly[3] latex listings output) >> and genuine mathematical fonts rather than ugly dvipng images. I do >> this >> via CUPS print to file under linux, which allows the web browser to >> produce a .ps or .pdf. I'd be interested to know how we can make >> this a >> more "genuine" org export path. > > You mean org -> HTML -> ps? > > Is it not possible to call firefox (or Xulrunner) in batch mode to > convert an HTML page into .ps? > > If so, we can have two ways of producing org->pdf, one through LaTeX, > one through HTML... > > -- > Bastien > > _______________________________________________ > Emacs-orgmode mailing list > Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. > Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org > http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode - Carsten ^ permalink raw reply [flat|nested] 5+ messages in thread

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