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MathType is a powerful equation editor for Windows and Mac that lets you create mathematical notation for word processing, presentations and many of your other favorite applications. Personalize MathType's toolbar with your most frequent expressions to speed up content creation. Automatically number and reference your equations.
Citation Machine® helps students and professionals properly credit the information that they use. Cite sources in APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, and Harvard for free.
DocOnce is a modestly tagged (Markdown-like) markup language targeting scientific reports, software documentation, books, blog posts, and slides involving much math and code in the text. From DocOnce source you can generate LaTeX, Sphinx, HTML, IPython notebooks, Markdown, MediaWiki, and other formats.
Easy to use online editor for Latex tables. Makes it easier to work with tables in Latex.
LaTeX Math Formulas There are three environments that put LaTeX in math mode: math, displaymath, and equation. The math environment is for formulas that appear right in the text. The displaymath environment is for formulas that appear on their own line.
The name "AMS-LaTeX" is used to mean "LaTeX with AMS extensions". The AMS-LaTeX extensions are included in the standard LaTeX distribution, and are also present on CTAN. The amsmath part is an extension package for LaTeX that provides various features to facilitate writing math formulas and to improve the typographical quality of their output.
One of the tools is the LaTeX editor. The free online editor has some preloaded LaTeX symbols & Greek letters. You can also select equation templates from “LaTeX examples”. This editor renders the equation in 3 different types; you can either select one of the modes, or all modes at a time to render a LaTeX equation.
pdoc3, an updated and maintained fork of pdoc for Python 3 with support for Numpydoc / Google-style docstrings, doctests, LaTeX math, reST directives, PEP 484 type annotations, custom templates ... PyDoc, a documentation browser (in HTML) and/or an off-line reference manual. Also in the standard library as pydoc.