Category Archives: QuickLaTeX

Chemistry in WordPress using QuickLaTeX

New version of QuickLaTeX is out – 3.7.7. Besides improvements in general functionality it includes special features for chemistry-oriented web sites: Support of myChemistry environment \begin{rxn} ...\end{rxn} directly in the text (do not forget to include myChemistry into global/local preamble). Check examples on myChemistry home page. Correct support of ChemFig package, no tikzpicture wrapping required anymore. […]

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QuickLaTeX: Hackenbush diagram

Today I stumbled across Tikz Diagrams in Math Mode topic on tex.SE. Here is how QuickLaTeX solves the task (example is taken from one of the answers in the thread):

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QuickLaTeX: tikZ-timing package

LaTeX package tikZ-timing created by Martin Scharrer allows easy typing of timing diagrams (digital waveforms) in offline documents. With the aid of QuickLaTeX tikZ-timing diagrams can be used seamlessly in the WordPress blogs (or any other website). You can just paste tikZ-timing commands directly in the text – QuickLaTeX will compile them into images and […]

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QuickLaTeX: Laplace Transformation Symbols

There are special commands for Laplace-Transformation Symbols in trfsigns package (see The Comprehensive $\textrm{\LaTeX}$ Symbol List, Table 81, page 40): \laplace and \Laplace . To use them with QuickLaTeX, just include trfsigns in preamble (local or global), e.g: \[ [+preamble] \usepackage{trfsigns} [/preamble] f(t) \laplace F(s) \qquad F(s) \Laplace f(t) \] results in     Can you do that with other LaTeX […]

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QuickLaTeX: tikZ graphics

QuickLaTeX is free online service which allows LaTeX usage on the web pages. QuickLaTeX supports tikZ graphics since version 3.7.1. User can insert tikZ code snippets directly on the page (in WordPress editor) between \begin{tikzpicture} ... \end{tikzpicture} commands. QuickLaTeX will render it into image and place on the page.

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