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- AbiMathView plugin
- Amaya
- BlueGriffon
- DragMath
- EditLive! WebEQ Equation Editor
- EdiTeX
- EzMath
- FireMath
- Formulator MathML Weaver
- Gemse
- GNU TeXmacs
- Integre MathML Equation Editor
- jscl-meditor
- MathCast
- MathEdit
- MathFlow
- Mathiwyg Flash MathML Editor
- MathMagic equation editor
- MathML Editor for Flash & Flex
- mathmled - MathML Editor for Mozilla
- MathMLStudio Lite
- MathType
- OpenOffice.org
- Publicon
- sMArTH
- Scientific Word
- SciWriter
- Suim
- xfy technology
- WIRIS editor
- WéM - PHP
- WéM - Web éditeur Mathématique

**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:** May 2004

**Categories: **Browsers, Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.w3.org/Amaya/

**Vendor: **W3C

W3C's Amaya browser displays Presentation MathML, and lets a Web page author edit equations directly. The software gives multiple views of a document so that its internal structure can be displayed as well as a WSYSIWYG interface.

**Entry updated:** 10 May 2011

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://bluegriffon.org/

**Author: **Disruptive
Innovations

BlueGriffon is an Open Source, WYSIWYG Web editor that is based on Gecko, the rendering engine of Firefox. It supports MathML and an addon is available through the online store to edit MathML with the ASCIIMathML syntax or a LaTeX-style syntax. Binaries are available for Mac OS X, Ubuntu and Windows. Localized versions exist for several languages.

**Entry updated:** November 2007

**Categories: **Editors, Converters, Components and SDKs, Research Projects

**Home Page:** http://www.dragmath.bham.ac.uk/

**Author: **Alex Billingsley

This is an open-source drag and drop equation editor written in Java. Once an expression is created the user can convert it into a variety of different linear syntax for mathematics, including MathML, LaTeX, Maple, Maxima or any user defined style. It is possible for the user to create an .xml file containing a custom output format without requiring the applet to be recompiled.

**Entry updated:** April 2006

**Categories: **Browser plugins, scripts and extensions, Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.ephox.com/products/equationeditor/

**Author: **Ephox

**Vendor: **Ephox.

Allows authors to include equations in HTML documents using the mathematical markup language, MathML.

**Entry updated:** Nov 2003

**Categories: **Editors, Components and SDKs

**Home Page:** http://helm.cs.unibo.it/software/editex/

**Author: **Luca Padovani

EdiTeX is a MathML editor based on TeX syntax. It allows the user to create a MathML document by typing the TeX markup as he or she would do in a normal text editor. The TeX markup is parsed as the user types, an internal structured model of the typed text is built and from there an XSLT stylesheet generates the corresponding MathML.

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/EzMath/

**Authors: **Dave Raggett, Davy Batsalle

EzMath is an easy-to-use input format based on how people speak expressions. EzMath also provides a convenient way to author MathML.

**Entry updated:** September 2008

**Categories: **Browser plugins, scripts and extensions, Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.firemath.info/

**Author: **Claas Bontus

FireMath is an equation editor for the Firefox browser. With Firemath you generate mathematical, physical and engineering formulas quickly and easily. Supports most MathML 2 presentation markup elements. Requires hardly any knowledge on MathML. Runs on all operating systems supported by Firefox.

**Entry updated:** November 2009

**Categories: **Editors

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

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

**Vendor: **Hermitech Laboratory

Formulator is a free mathematical expressions editor for MS Windows/Linux/Max OC X. It uses WYSIWYG-style to edit Presentation, Content and Mixed markups of MathML. Calculations are available for Content MathML formulas.

**Entry updated:** August 2009

**Categories: **Browser plugins, scripts and extensions, Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.andonyar.com/rec/2008-12/gemse/

**Author: **Urs Holzer

Gemse is a MathML editor controlled by keyboard only. It has different modes, similar to the text editor vi. Basically, it lets you edit the XML structure of MathML. The formula is shown in different ways at the same time: As rendered equation, as nested boxes and as XML source. It is written in JavaScript and builds upon Mozilla. It can be installed as a Firefox extension, XULRunner application or directly be run in Firefox.

**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:** Jan 2004

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.integretechpub.com/techexplorer/

**Vendor: **Integre Technical Publishing Co., Inc.

Integre MathML Equation Editor can be used to create well-formed content and presentation MathML using a WYSIWYG interface, by editing the MathML source, or both. An ActiveX control interface provides programmatic access to the content and presentation markup, and allows for extensive customization of editing templates, key bindings, menus, and palettes.

**Entry updated:** Jun 2004

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://jscl-meditor.sourceforge.net/

**Author: **Raphael Jolly

Meditor : a Java text editor with some symbolic computation capabilities which outputs presentation MathML code. (Open source, Java).

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://mathcast.sourceforge.net/home.html

**Author: **Tom Chekam

**Entry updated:** May 2007

**Categories: **Editors, Converters

**Home Page:** http://wme.lzu.edu.cn/mathedit/index.html

**Author: **Su Wei

**Vendor: **ICCM Lab, Lanzhou University

MathEdit is a browser-based visual editor for mathematical expressions

**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.

**Categories: **Editors, Browser plugins, scripts and extensions

**Vendor: **Terra Dotta

**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:** Oct 2010

**Categories: **Editors, Components and SDKs

**Home Page:** http://www.fmath.info/editor/

**Author: **Ionel Alexandru

An open source project hosted at hosted at code.google.com. The editor allows you to create a MathML equation. Also available in the form of plugins for HTML Editors: CuteEditor, TinyMCE and CKEditor

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.newmexico.mackichan.com/mathml/mathmled.htm

**Vendor: **MacKichan Software, Inc.

mathmled, from Steve Swanson, is an experimental MathML editor implemented in JavaScript and XUL which runs in Mozilla 1.2 and later versions.

**Entry updated:** October 2005

**Categories: **Editors, Converters

**Vendor: **apparently available from MathMLStudio

This program converts a TeX formula to MathML. The MathML code can be easily copied to the clipboard for pasting to another document. (Requires Mozilla ActiveX Control.)

**Entry updated:** July 2014

**Categories: **Editors, Converters, Components and SDKs, Accessibility

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

**Vendor: **Design Science

Design Science MathType™ is a powerful interactive equation editor for Windows and Macintosh that helps you create mathematical notation for word processing, web pages, desktop publishing, presentations, elearning - wherever you need equations. MathType includes built-in translators for working with MathML and other math typesetting languages in a point-and-click environment. MathType also includes MathPage(tm) technology that converts Microsoft Word+equations to XHTML+MathML web pages.

**Entry updated:** Jan 2003

**Categories: **Editors

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

OpenOffice.org is an open source office suite and has an equation editor which can export formulas in MathML 1.01. Equations can either be input via a graphical interface or using a shorthand language (open source, many platforms)

**Entry updated:** Mar 2002

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.wolfram.com/products/publicon/

**Vendor: **Wolfram Research, Inc.

**Entry updated:** April 2005

**Categories: **Editors, Components and SDKs

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

**Authors: **Sergiu Dumitriu, Girdea Marta, Catalin Hritcu

sMArTH is an online equation editor for MathML and LaTeX

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.mackichan.com/products/sw.html

**Vendor: **MacKichan Software, Inc.

**Entry updated:** June 2004

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://www.soft4science.com/fr_index.html?/products/SciWriter/s4s_SciWriter.html

**Vendor: **soft4science

**Entry updated:** April 2010

**Categories: **Editors, Authoring Systems, Converters

**Home Page:** http://suim.jp

**Author: **Akinori Machino

Suim is a JavaScript-based input method for mathematics that operates on Web browsers.

**Entry updated:** December 2004

**Categories: **Editors

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

**Vendor: **xfy technology

an architecture for authoring and editing compound XML documents, including SVG and MathML (Java, commercial, free demo)

**Entry updated:** May 2013

**Categories: **Editors, Components and SDKs, Converters

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

**Author: **WIRIS team

**Vendor: **WIRIS

WYSIWYG editor for math expressions based on MathML and supporting LaTeX. Developed on Javascript + HTML technology, it is compatible with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. We also provide an image web service that produces the associated image to MathML code.

This editor includes accessibility for blind people and users with different motor dexterity.

It gives support to Arabic countries via right-to-left writing, mirroring of the formulas, ligatures and two extra number sets: Arabic-Indic and Eastern Arabic-Indic.

WIRIS editor is integrated into several HTML editors (in PHP, .NET, ASP and Java) and web platforms:

- TinyMCE
- CKEditor
- FCKeditor
- RadEditor
- Xinha
- NicEdit
- Moodle
- Sakai
- Itslearning
- Eleven
- dotLRN
- Claroline
- Chamilo
- ILIAS
- Claroline
- OLAT
- Wordpress
- Drupal
- Joomla

It is possible to integrate it into a simple textarea or any HTML editor with WIRIS generic plugin

**Categories: **Editors

**Home Page:** http://mathosphere.net/editeurml/doc_english.html

WéM: a MathML editor that converts a subset LaTeX to MathML . It can be tested on line and is also available for download (GPL, requires PHP).

**Entry updated:** Mars 2005

**Categories: **Editors, Authoring Systems

**Home Page:** http://wem-editeur.com

**Author: **Stéphan Sémirat

**Vendor: **CRDP de l'Académie de Grenoble

WéM is a French xhtml+mathml editor that is aimed at the creation of scientific and interactive documents.