Re: Formulas in XML values
David, > usually things import mathml, do whatever manipulations they want, then > export again, rather than directly working on mathml itself. > So mathematica and maple for example could inport a mathml > representation of a formula and do all kinds of simplifications, but > probably they are rather more heavyweight than you have in mind? > Yes, I've also already been looking at Maxima and what I have in mind is very similar to a reduced Jasymca (http://webuser.hs-furtwangen.de/~dersch/jasymca2/index.html) Best regards, Alain
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