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Componize partners with Design Science for MathML online editing 

Componize and Design Science partnered to bring the full power of equation editing in Componize authoring environment.

Componize now bundles and publishes MathML and DITA to empower authors and streamline mathematical equations editing for scientific and technical writingp>

MathML, as an open standard from the 3WC consortium, is both an exchange format, with public specifications, and a good choice for sourcing equations.

editing an equation in ComponizeEditing an equation with MathFlow.


More information about MathFlow editor.

More information about MathML standard.  

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