Per May 2009 there is a new version available. This new version still contains the original ASCIIMathML and LaTeXMathML as developed by Peter Jipsen, but the ASCIIsvg part has been extended with linear-logarithmic, logarithmic-linear, logarithmic-logarithmic, polar graphs and pie charts, normal and stacked bar charts, different functions like integration and differentiation and a series of event trapping functions, buttons and sliders, in order to create interactive lecture material and exams online in web pages.
- Gray, James (2007), "ASCIIMathML: now everyone can type MathML", MSOR Connections 7 (3): 26–30, doi:10.11120/msor.2007.07030026.
- Johnson, Brian (January 2005), Interactive LATEX to MathML/HTML translation (PDF), Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute for Production Technology, University of Southern Denmark, Odense.
- Sorge, Volker; Chen, Charles; Raman, T. V.; Tseng, David (2014), "Towards Making Mathematics a First Class Citizen in General Screen Readers", Proceedings of the 11th Web for All Conference (W4A '14), New York, NY, USA: ACM, pp. 40:1–40:10, doi:10.1145/2596695.2596700, ISBN 978-1-4503-2651-3.
- asciimathml/LICENSE at master · mathjax/asciimathml
- "MathJax v2.0 beta available".
- Cervone, Davide (February 2012), "MathJax: A Platform for Mathematics on the Web" (PDF), Notices of the AMS 59 (2): 312–316.
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