(Excerpt from "The MathML Handbook" by Pavi Sandhu)
Mathematica is a versatile application for technical computing. It includes support for numerical and symbolic calculations, graphics, data analysis, and programming using its own built-in language. In addition to these computational abilities, Mathematica provides a rich environment for authoring technical documents. We discussed the use of Mathematica as an authoring application for MathML under Authoring and editing MathML: Mathematica. In this chapter, we focus on Mathematica's computational abilities as they pertain to MathML.
- The Mathematica interface
- Mathematica syntax
- Exporting MathML from Mathematica
- Importing MathML into Mathematica
- MathML conversion functions
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