Mathematical Collaboration with MathType and HyperOffice

Posted by Pan Tan on July 1, 2013 at 6:01 pm.

If Newton were still alive, he would have trouble communicating his ideas online. Sure, he could have described his laws, but at soon as he tried typing out the equations, they would have looked like this:

F = G[m1*m2/r(2)]

As you can see, communicating online is not amenable to mathematical equations. That’s where MathType comes in. MathType is a powerful interactive equation editor that lets you create mathematical notation for word processing, web pages, desktop publishing, presentations etc. With MathType, typing equations is simple.

And now MathType supports HyperOffice. With MathType, HyperOffice users can type out mathematical equations in email, notes and forum discussions.

So, scientists, mathematicians, finance folks and general lovers of equations – collaborate away!

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