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What Math/Chem syntax do you believe is better?

Preliminary CanonMath notation may work
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You would use the old TeX/LaTeX for math and chemistry formulas
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Use the XML/HTML entities for greek letters and math symbols as otimes
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I have better ideas and summarize below
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Use you prefer i ignore CanonML, MathML and the standard CML, and will continue to use my Wo*d processor
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In your review you just forgot a chemical language we are already using and is better
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Choosing a notation/syntax for CanonMath
« on: February 12, 2006, 09:16:22 AM »
I am designing a new language for electronic scientific datuments. In the blog [1], I have done a short review of main languages for mathematics and chemistry. The language is in beta stage and subject to open review and comment.

Any comment, suggestion, or criticism to both math and chemical parts is welcomed. They can be written and discussed here, in this poll.

The syntax/notation is being discussed with the TeX/LaTeX community, the XML/MathML community and a post mine has been aproved in moderated sci.math.research for discussion recently.

« Last Edit: February 12, 2006, 09:18:30 AM by Juan R. »
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