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Equation Server for.NET is the classic mathematical rendering library by Aaron Veitch. Provides seamless interoperability with LaTeX.
Key features:
¶ Supports subset of MathML and LaTeX as input
¶ TeX-Math to MathML Conversion
¶ Contains ready to use converters from MathML to other graphical formats
· Generated Bitmaps can be saved as Jpeg, Gif, Bmp, Tiff, Wmf or Png
· Specifiy Image Resolution (96, 300 dpi or more)
Want to see the math as you type? This project contains a MathML RENDERER class (EqServer.Renderer.MathML) that is ready to use!
What the press say:

Equation Server: an Open Source API for rendering equations
Next Generation Mathematical RENDERING Library for.NET
Equation Server: an Open Source API for rendering equations

What the press say:

Equation Server: an Open Source API for rendering equations
Next Generation Mathematical RENDERING Library for.NET
The MIT License (
Copyright (c) 2009, Aaron Veitch
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
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all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

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MathML is the extension of XML that is used to describe mathematical expressions in vector and matrix notation, mathematical formulae and so on.
Equation Server for.NET has been designed to support MathML, to produce scalar arrays as images and to render the MathML directly on your Windows-based application.
As MathML is now in the W3C recommendation list, “Equation Server for.NET” enables developers to use MathML in server-side scripting.
Using the Equation Server for.NET, you can expect the following feature:
· You can save MathML of your web application or add MathML to an existing bitmap.
· The MathML can be configured to be rendered by your application in.NET.
· You can generate Scalar Array images based on the MathML of your application.
· You can generate to a Bitmap from the MathML of your application.
· You can save MathML of your web application as.pdf files.
· You can export MathML to.html files.
· You can export MathML to.txt,.csv and.doc files.
· Add the “Equation Server for.NET” dll to your ASP.NET projects.
· Add the path of the “Equation Server for.NET” dll as a reference.
· Configure your application to use the Equation Server for.NET dll as your Rendering Engine.
· Create a MathML string: “bla-bla-bla MathML markup” and convert to a Scalar Array using the Equation Server for.NET dll.
· Use the Equation Server for.NET dll to export MathML to.pdf.
· Use the Equation Server for.NET dll to export MathML to a Bitmap (in GIF,.bmp,.jpeg,.tif,.wmf,.png format.
· You can control the output resolution of the GDI+ Graphics Rendering using the Equation Server for.NET dll.

MathML-XML Schematron Support is an application of the well known XML Schematron mechanism to find and validate any well-formed MathML document.
The latest version works with Microsoft XML parser, and handles the new MathML as well as the old form.Math,.Mml and.MmlMath.

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· MathML is an open international standard for mathematical notation
that has been developed by W3C. It is an XML format for written mathematical
· Equation Server for.NET extends the MathML standard to include equations
in rich text format.
· The mathematical syntax is supported in Equation Server for.NET is subset
of MathML and LaTeX. It supports subset of MathML elements,
· The MathML can be used in a web browser through MathJax
· Equation Server for.NET can be used server-side in ASP.NET.
· Equation Server for.NET generates Bitmaps from LaTeX, and saves the
Bitmaps in Jpeg format
When would you use?
The uses for Equation Server for.NET include:
· Building a math teaching material repository
· Creating various types of scientific documents, such as reports and
· Creating scientific diagrams
· Creating equations of graphs and charts
Installation Steps:
You need to download the.NET Framework Client profile which is set to
download on your computer. It is not free. You can search on the internet
for a free download.
Once you download the.NET Framework, start the installer and accept
the licence.
When the installation is complete you will need to restart your
computer for the changes to take affect.
Once the installation is complete, click on the start menu,
and type Equation Server for.NET in the search field
(opens a window)
To configure Equation Server for.NET, go to the Equation
Server for.NET
For further information about using Equation Server for.NET and
for selecting a rendering engine, please refer to the “Help” section
of the Equation Server for.NET web page.
All the images on this website have been included on the web site.
All the images on this website have been downloaded from the web.
All the images on this website have been altered using the GDI+ Interface
of the.NET Framework.
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Equation Server for.NET is a component that lets you specify mathematical expressions as MathML and renders them using the.NET Framework GDI+ interface. There is no automatic conversion from MathML to MathML.
MathML to MathML conversion can be done with the built-in TeX-Math to MathML Transformer. This feature is available if Microsoft Office 2003 or 2007 is installed on the computer where Equation Server for.NET is running.
MathML Renderer allows you to draw directly to the GDI+ graphics device. It supports following W3C-compliant MathML 2.0/4.0 specifications and implements all basic drawing commands supported by MathML: square root, circle, vector, string, linear, quadratic, cubic, piecewise linear, quartic, cubic–quintic, polynomial, exponential, hyperbolic, circular, elliptical, foci, lens, parabola, elliptic, exponential–hyperbolic, hyperbolic–elliptic, hyperbolic–lens, parabolic, polar, spiral, logarithmic, and power.
You can change colour, set antialiasing, transform and transform shape properties, apply the textshadow, textstroke and widthstyles. MathML Renderer supports bitmaps with several formats and resolutions. The size of the image is limited to the maximum width of the display device. You can specify image resolution (96 dpi or more) and save generated bitmap as jpeg, gif, bmp, tiff, wmf and png.
Can be used on server-side in ASP.NET (with System.Drawing.Bitmap class) or client-side in.NET Windows Forms Applications (with System.Drawing.Graphics class).
· Supports subset of MathML and LaTeX as input
· Can be used server-side in ASP.NET
· TeX-Math to MathML Conversion
· Generated Bitmaps can be saved as Jpeg, Gif, Bmp, Tiff, Wmf or Png
· Save MathML As Jpeg with embedded MathML code
· Specifiy Image Resolution (96, 300 dpi or more)
Use MathML Renderer:
· Specify ‘MathmlRenderer’ as the ClassName parameter
· Save generated Bitmap as Jpeg
· Set ImageResolution setting
· Set ImageColorModel setting


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