Since I started this blog, I developed a habit of drawing my illustrations in bright colors. Recently, In my most recent post, I have generated colored Latex to hopefully further illuminate mathematical ideas. In this post, I am going to teach you how to generate it for your blog or website. As of this writing, I […]

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# Latex Typesetting

## Latex in Blogger: Another Alternative

Last year, I shared about writing latex in Blogger using Watchmath. Sadly, the server has been offline for a very long time. I have also shared about a Free Online Latex generator at Codecogs.com, a good alternative. Codecogs.com has a WYSIWYG environment. You just have to choose the math symbol and it will automatically generate the Latex […]

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## Using Latex in Gmail

To all math enthusiasts who are using Gmail, you can now use latex code to render mathematical expressions/equations in your email. All you have to do is to install the GmailTeX plugin. Note: The inequality sign in the figure should be instead of . GmailTex is available as extension in Google Chrome (the browser I’m using). […]

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