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`mathml`

. Translate R expressions to MathML
`mathml`

allows rendering R terms in pretty mathematical equations, bridging the
gap between computational needs, presentation of results, and their
reproducibility.

Researchers or teachers can already use R Markdown to conduct analyses and show
results, `mathml`

smoothes this process and allows for integrated calculations
and output. The package `mathml`

can help in fact to improve data analyses and
statistical reports from an aesthetical perspective, as well as regarding
reproducibility of research, by allowing also for a better detection of possible
mistakes in R programs.

The package supports both MathML and Latex/MathJax for use in R Markdown documents, presentations and Shiny Apps.

This R package is distributed under a BSD-2 simplified license (see the file LICENSE).

- Download and install a recent R from https://www.r-project.org/
- Download and install a recent RStudio from https://www.rstudio.com/
- R>
`install.packages("mathml")`

The package depends on R package`rolog`

[https://cran.r-project.org/package=rolog], which itself needs the SWI-Prolog runtime on the system. The latter can be installed either from [https://swi-prolog.org] or by installing R package`rswipl`

[https://cran.r-project.org/package=rswipl].

library(mathml) term <- quote(a^b + c * (d + 3) - a^2L * (a + d)) mathout(term)

$a^b + c \cdot (d+3.00) - a^2 \cdot (a+d)$

term <- call("^", quote(x), 2L) mathout(term)

$x^2$

If you use `mathml`

for your own package, please do not "Import" `mathml`

in
your DESCRIPTION, but "Depend" on it.

Package: onmathml Type: Package Title: A package that uses mathml ... Depends: R (>= 4.3), mathml (>= 1.3)

It's not entirely clear why this is needed.