Re: MathML

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg29311] Re: [mg29303] MathML*From*: Jacqueline Zizi <jazi at ihes.fr>*Date*: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 03:10:45 -0400 (EDT)*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

I don't know very well about Windows machine and W3C's Amaya browser, but what I can tell is that with a Macintosh things are about alright. I noticed some little problems with the 4.0 release but if things are not too complicated (as table mixing text and graphics) or long, it works. At the MathML 1 st conference in last october we could work with MathML and PC Windows machine. So under Windows it should work as well. May be try another browser? When you have done save as mathML, you are prompt to give a name to the generated file. Suppose your file is file or file.nb then you can give the name: file.mml. Then use for example Netscape or Internet Explorer to read in the file.mml generated by Mathematica should work. Jacqueline Zizi Le mardi 12 juin 2001, =E0 10:18, Stephen P Luttrell a =E9crit : > I am using Mathematica 4.1 for Windows, and I am trying to get some > useful > reults from File | Save As Special | HTML + MathML. The information on > http://www.wolfram.com/news/archive/mathml.html is tantalising, so I= > have > tried using the W3C's Amaya browser (from http://www.w3.org/Amaya/),= > but get > poor results for displaying any mathematics that was in the original > Mathematica notebook (Amaya parsing errors, etc). > > Presumably there *is* a way of making use of the output from File | > Save As > Special | HTML + MathML. If so, what is it? > > -- > Stephen P Luttrell > DERA Malvern, U.K. > > I don't know very well about Windows machine and W3C's Amaya browser, but what I can tell is that with a Macintosh things are about alright.= I noticed some little problems with the 4.0 release but if things are not too complicated (as table mixing text and graphics) or long, it works. At the MathML 1 st conference in last october we could work with MathML and PC Windows machine. So under Windows it should work as well. May be try another browser? When you have done save as mathML, you are prompt to give a name to the generated file. Suppose your file is file or file.nb then you can give the name: file.mml. Then use for example Netscape or Internet Explorer to read in the file.mml generated by Mathematica should work. Jacqueline Zizi Le mardi 12 juin 2001, =E0 10:18, Stephen P Luttrell a =E9crit : I am using Mathematica 4.1 for Windows, and I am trying to get some useful reults from File | Save As Special | HTML + MathML. The information on http://www.wolfram.com/news/archive/mathml.html is tantalising, so I have tried using the W3C's Amaya browser (from http://www.w3.org/Amaya/), but get poor results for displaying any mathematics that was in the original Mathematica notebook (Amaya parsing errors, etc). Presumably there *is* a way of making use of the output from File | Save As Special | HTML + MathML. If so, what is it? -- Stephen P Luttrell DERA Malvern, U.K.

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