I'm doing some web-based college-level course design in fluid mechanics. I'd like an efficient way to incorporate LaTeX equations - preferably on the fly like PF does here. I can create the equations elsewhere (e.g., using TexPoint, PowerPoint and Miktex) and then insert them into my pages but it seems a laborious process.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Does anyone know how PF does it? Is it open-source, proprietory, available...?

Anyone have any other ideas on this?

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# Efficient LaTeX for web pages?

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