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Latex Equation Editor v2.1

CodeCogs\′s Photo
10 Jul 08, 6:06PM
(7 replies)
Latex Equation Editor v2.1
The CodeCogs server has been updated to allow equation formats of type:
  • gif
  • png
  • pdf (Download only)
  • and swf (Adobe Flash)

Thus you can request rendered equations using one of the following four forms:

To reflect this, the LaTeX equation editor has also been modified to allow each format to be created. It will also produce the exact HTML necessary to embed each equation type directly into your own HTML pages.

As an example, the following equation is produced below in the pdf and swf format:

PDF:
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.codecogs.com/pdf.latex?\frac{1+sin(x)}{x}" alt="\frac{1+sin(x)}{x}" border="0"/>Download PDF Equations</a>
gives: Command [\frac] not found.
{1+sin(x)}{x}" alt="
Command [\frac] not found.
{1+sin(x)}{x}" border="0"/>Download PDF Equations

And SWF:
<embed width="600" height="100" src="http://www.codecogs.com/swf.latex.swf?\frac{1+sin(x)}{x}" quality="high" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" align="top" scale="showall" wmode="window" devicefont="false" bgcolor="#ffffff" menu="true" allowFullScreen="true" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" ></embed>
gives: Command [\frac] not found.
{1+sin(x)}{x}" quality="high" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" align="top" scale="showall" wmode="window" devicefont="false" bgcolor="#ffffff" menu="true" allowFullScreen="true" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" >
Einsy\′s Photo
23 Dec 08, 12:25AM
how can I get the code? can It creat swf file? please help me ? Msn: einsy@hotmail.com
CodeCogs\′s Photo
29 Dec 08, 12:41PM
What code exactly do you want?

There is Linux based software that is freely available to general swf files from LaTeX if that is what you're looking for. Our equation editor can be embedded very easily into virtually any websites and it will generate swf images.
shastriakhi\′s Photo
6 Mar 09, 4:33AM
hello Einsy,

u can search for miktex wich will giv windows base LaTex compailer.

akhil
yesyaa\′s Photo
14 Jul 09, 9:10PM
What is Latex's engine? Do you make it????
CodeCogs\′s Photo
17 Jul 09, 1:00AM
The underlying system we use is LaTeX to generate the equations, however a lot of manipulation and configuration is needed to first get LaTeX to generate the equations in the style we want, and then to convert this into a suitable graphic for display on the internet.

LaTeX is freely available under the GNU GPL license, and we only provide instructions on how to install this.

Our proprietary code (which we make) is concerned with controlling the process automatically, checking for example that LaTeX isn't crashed or hacked, and generally converting a request from a website into latex script that can converted into a graphical image. This isn't trivial

A free alternative is LaTeXRender: http://www.mayer.dial.pipex.com/tex.htm
einstein_edison\′s Photo
9 Dec 11, 9:02PM
Hello. I'd like to embed this into my phpBB board. I can do that, except I'd like to use TeX-style delimiters to recognize equations, as well as [inline][/inline] and [display][/display] instead. Is that possible using the 2.1 version?
CodeCogs\′s Photo
10 Dec 11, 6:34AM
Have you seen the instructions on this page: http://codecogs.izyba.com/pages/forums/pagegen.php?id=1682
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