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- Abacus
- AbiMathView plugin
- ASCIIMathML
- ASTEX
- EditLive! WebEQ Equation Editor
- Expressionism
- FireMath
- Formulator plugin for Altova's XMLSPY
- Formulator plugin for Internet Explorer
- Gemse
- GtkMathView-Bonobo
- ItexToMML ecto Plugins
- ItexToMML MovableType Plugin
- ItexToMML WordPress Plugin
- Mathiwyg Flash MathML Editor
- MathJax
- MathML::Entities
- MathPlayer
- techexplorer Hypermedia Browser
- webMathematica

**Entry updated:** August 2004

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

**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.

**Categories: **Authoring Systems, Browser plugins, scripts and extensions

**Home Page:** http://www1.chapman.edu/~jipsen/asciimath.html

**Author: **Peter Jipsen

ASCIIMathML
is a JavaScript script which allows editing of XHTML+MathML
through a simple text shorthand language, e.g ```
we first
divide by `a` to get `x^2+b/ax+c/a=0`
```

. The script is
open source and available under a GPL licence. An online demo
page is also available.

**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.

**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:** April 2007

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

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

**Authors: **Aleksey Onopriyenko, Vladimir Sukhoy

**Vendor: **Aleksey Onopriyenko

A WYSIWYG browser-based editor (MathML + JavaScript) of mathematical expressions which is also capable of rendering images (e.g. in PNG format).

**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:** April 2005

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

**Home Page:** http://www.hermitech.ic.zt.ua/downloads/downloads.html#altovaplugin

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

**Vendor: **Hermitech Laboratory

Formulator plugin for Altova's XMLSPY enhances this industry standard XML Development Environment to display and visually edit mathematical notation within an XML page.

**Entry updated:** April 2005

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

**Home Page:** http://www.hermitech.ic.zt.ua/projects/formulator/index.html

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

**Vendor: **Hermitech Laboratory

Formulator plugin for Internet Explorer enhances the browser to display mathematical notation within a web page.

**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:** 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:** January 2005

**Categories: **Authoring Systems, Browser plugins, scripts and extensions

**Home Page:** http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/~distler/blog/archives/000422.html

**Author: **Jacques Distler

Plugin for the ecto weblogging client.

**Entry updated:** January 2005

**Categories: **Authoring Systems, Browser plugins, scripts and extensions

**Home Page:** http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/~distler/blog/itex2MML.html

**Author: **Jacques Distler

MovableType plugin to allow easy authoring of XHTML+MathML in a weblogging system. [update: see also Jacques Distler's itex2MML plugin page.]

**Entry updated:** January 2005

**Categories: **Authoring Systems, Browser plugins, scripts and extensions

**Home Page:** http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/~distler/blog/archives/000367.html

**Author: **Jacques Distler

WordPress plugin to allow easy authoring of XHTML+MathML in a weblogging system.

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

**Vendor: **Terra Dotta

**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:** January 2005

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

**Home Page:** http://search.cpan.org/~distler/MathML-Entities/lib/MathML/Entities.pm

**Author: **Jacques Distler

XHTML+MathML defines over 2100 named entities, a superset of the 252 named entities in (X)HTML. Only the 5 "safe" ones (<, >, &, ", ') are suitable for consumption by a generic XML parser (which includes by XHTML UAs which are not specifically MathML-aware).

This Perl Module will convert the rest to numeric character references or to UTF-8 characters.

A MovableType plugin is also provided, for easy integration into the popular weblogging system.

**Entry updated:** November 2012

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

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

**Vendor: **Design Science

Design Science MathPlayer™ is a high-performance MathML engine for Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser. It requires Internet Explorer for Windows version 6.0 and later. MathPlayer is available for free in order to accelerate the adoption of MathML in the math, science, and education communities.

**Entry updated:** Jan 2004

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

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

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

Integre techexplorer Hypermedia Browser can be used either statically or dynamically to render TeX, LaTeX, Content MathML, and Presentation MathML. Java APIs provide programmatic access to techexplorer and document properties.

**Entry updated:** Mar 2002

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

**Home Page:** http://www.wolfram.com/products/webmathematica/index.html

**Vendor: **Wolfram Research, Inc.