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- AbiMathView plugin
- ActiveMath Learning Environment
- Advent3B2 Core Publishing System
- Antenna House XSL Formatter
- ASTEX
- ConTeXt
- Formulator API and ActiveX Control
- GNU TeXmacs
- GtkMathView-Bonobo
- MathDOM
- MathFlow
- MathJax
- MathMagic equation editor
- MathML Renderer
- ReforMath
- SVGMath
- v2Math
- XPP

**Entry updated:** October 2005

**Categories: **Browser plugins, scripts and extensions, Composition and Rendering Engines, Editors

**Home Page:** http://helm.cs.unibo.it/mml-widget/

**Author: **Luca Padovani

**Vendor: **Luca Padovani

Since version 2.4.0, released last October, the free, open-source AbiWord word-processor can import and display MathML by means of the AbiMathView plugin. The MathML is embedded in AbiWord's document format. In addition, it is possible to edit the math using a LaTeX-like syntax.

**Entry updated:** December 2006

**Categories: **Research Projects, Authoring Systems, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://www.activemath.org

**Author: **The ActiveMath Group

**Vendor: **DFKI GmbH and University of Saarland

ActiveMath is a learning environment for mathematics on the Web with intelligent learner-support, advanced math rendering in contemporary browsers, mathematical exercise evaluation.

**Categories: **Composition and Rendering Engines

high-end composition and pagination software

**Entry updated:** January 2005

**Categories: **Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://www.antennahouse.com/product/axfo30/axfo3top.htm

**Vendor: **Antenna House

Antenna House's XSL Formatter optionally renders XSL-FO+MathML documents, and display them on the screen or generate high-quality PDF scientific and technical documents. (Commercial, runs on Windows 2000/2003/XP, Linux and Solaris).

**Entry updated:** April 2010

**Categories: **Browser plugins, scripts and extensions, Authoring Systems, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://astex-math-on-web.googlecode.com

**Author: **Michael
A. Ziegler

**Vendor: **Michael
A. Ziegler

ASTEX is a JavaScript application which allows users to display mathematical notation, graphs in 2D, surfaces in 3D, computer syntax highlighting and much more in any modern web browser.

**Categories: **Composition and Rendering Engines

**Author: **Hans Hagen

ConTeXt is a free program by Hans Hagen, based on TeX can convert MathML to PDF or DVI files. An on-line testing page is available.

**Entry updated:** November 2009

**Categories: **Components and SDKs, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://www.mmlsoft.com/hdata/fmlax_home.php

**Author: **Andriy Kovalchuk, Vyacheslav Levytskyy, Igor Samolyuk, Valentyn Yanchuk

**Vendor: **Hermitech Laboratory

Formulator API and ActiveX Control are tools for software developers who want to insert mathematics (MathML) rendering, editing, and processing functionality in their applications. Both tools can be used in desktop applications and on web pages.

**Entry updated:** October 2013

**Categories: **Authoring Systems, Composition and Rendering Engines, Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.texmacs.org/tmweb/home/welcome.en.html

**Author: **Joris van der Hoeven

GNU TeXmacs is a free WYSIWYW (What You See Is What You Want) editing platform with special features for scientists. The software includes a text editor with support for mathematical formulas, a small technical picture editor and a tool for making presentations from a laptop. Documents can be saved in TeXmacs, Xml or Scheme format and printed as Postscript or Pdf files. Converters exist for TeX/LaTeX and Html/Mathml.

**Entry updated:** June 2003

**Categories: **Browser plugins, scripts and extensions, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://helm.cs.unibo.it/software/gtkmathview-bonobo/

**Authors: **Luca
Padovani, Pouria Masoudi

**Entry updated:** October 2005

**Categories: **Converters, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://mathdom.sourceforge.net

**Author: **Stefan Behnel

**Vendor: **http://mathdom.sourceforge.net

MathDOM is a set of Python 2.4 modules (using PyXML or lxml, and pyparsing) that import literal mathematical terms as a Content MathML DOM. It currently parses MathML and literal infix or Python terms into a DOM or lxml document and writes out Content MathML, Presentation MathML and literal infix/prefix/postfix/Python terms. The DOM elements are enhanced by domain specific methods that make using the DOM a little easier.

You can call it the shortest path between different term representations and a Content MathML DOM. Ever noticed the annoying differences between terms in different programming languages? Build your application around MathDOM and stop caring about the term representation that users prefer or that your machine can execute. If you need a different representation, add a converter, but don't change the model. Literal terms are connected through an intermediate AST step that makes writing converters for C/Fortran/SQL/yourfavourite easier.

**Entry updated:** July 2014

**Categories: **Editors, Converters, Composition and Rendering Engines, Components and SDKs, Accessibility

**Home Page:** http://www.dessci.com/en/products/mathflow/

**Vendor: **Design Science

Design Science MathFlow™ is a suite of components for editing and rendering MathML. The MathFlow SDK includes three MathML editors available for adding equation editing to your software or website. Each of the three editors is useful in different scenarios. The Simple Editor offers a straightforward interface for quickly conveying meaning, as needed in exam/homework responses, forums, emails, etc. The Style Editor provides control over the style and format of your equation, useful when producing content for publication. The Structure Editor is a professional editor for publishing, giving the user complete control over the MathML produced as well as a customizable user interface for optimizing productivity.

MathFlow is available as a plug-in for popular XML editors MathFlow for Arbortext, MathFlow for FrameMaker, MathFlow for Oxygen, and MathFlow for XMetaL.

**Entry updated:** November 2012

**Categories: **Browser plugins, scripts and extensions, Accessibility, Converters, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://www.mathjax.org/

**Vendor: **MathJax

MathJax is an open source, JavaScript engine for mathematics that works in all modern browsers. Mathjax accepts LaTeX, ASCIImath and MathML input. These input formats are converted to MathML which is rendered as HTML-CSS (using webfonts when needed) or as SVG. MathJax loads all necessary components and fonts dynamically for client-side rendering; it does not require client-side installation of any plugins or fonts. In addition, MathJax offers zoom features, copy&paste and works seemlessly with MathPlayer for more advanced accessibility.

**Entry updated:** July 2007

**Categories: **Editors, Composition and Rendering Engines, Converters

**Home Page:** http://www.mathmagic.com

**Author: **MathMagic
Support

**Vendor: **InfoLogic,
Inc.

MathMagic is a WYSIWYG equation editor that can convert from+to MathML and TeX.

**Entry updated:** February 2005

**Categories: **Composition and Rendering Engines, Converters, Components and SDKs

**Home Page:** http://www.soft4science.com/products/MathML_Renderer/s4s_MathML_Renderer.html

**Vendor: **soft4science

MathML
Renderer for .NET is a
native high-performance **MathML Rendering
Engine**, supporting a rich subset of MathML
2.0 Presentation Markup, implemented on top of the .NET
Framework. It can be used client-side in .NET
Windows.Forms Applications or server-side, for
**MathML to bitmap conversion**, in ASP.NET Web
Applications or .NET
Web Service Applications. An online
demo is also available.

**Entry updated:** March 2011

**Categories: **Converters, Components and SDKs, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://reformath.weebly.com/

**Author: **Peter Frane

**Vendor: **Peter Frane

ReforMath is a C library for creating MathML images

**Entry updated:** June 2005

**Categories: **Converters, Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://www.grigoriev.ru/svgmath

**Author: **Nikolai Grigoriev

SVGMath is a converter from presentation MathML to SVG, written in Python

**Entry updated:** November 2006

**Categories: **Composition and Rendering Engines, Converters, Components and SDKs

**Home Page:** http://www.exmpl.de/projects/mathml/math.html

**Author: **Rene Heuer

**Vendor: **eXMPL

v2Math is a program to display MathML sequences. It is written in pure Java, open source with GPL licence. The generated picture has all attributes of a single character (baseline etc.) to make it easy for text based applications. Any parts of a displayed formula are available as glyphs to create simple interfaces for SVG. Download v2Math

**Categories: **Composition and Rendering Engines

**Home Page:** http://www.xyenterprise.com/xpp.asp

**Vendor: **XyEnterprise

XML-based publishing application, with MathML module.