There have been several posts lately, of a mathy nature, that could really benefit from some nice math formatting options.

Could someone add Latex functionality to the list of board enchancements?

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Posted 26 November 2017 - 07:17 PM

There have been several posts lately, of a mathy nature, that could really benefit from some nice math formatting options.

Could someone add Latex functionality to the list of board enchancements?

- Kathy in Richmond, kiana and MarkT like this

Posted 25 December 2017 - 09:03 AM

test of MathML

<mrow>

a ⁢ <msup>x 2</msup>

+ b ⁢ x

+ c

</mrow>

=========

failed!

Posted 25 December 2017 - 09:07 AM

· *Example:* The kinematic states evolve dynamically according to a linear state space model (3):

(3)

where F(T) is the state transition matrix of the target state model, and *w** _{i}(T)* is the driving maneuver input.

**Paste from Word** did not work for the equation but the last line came out correctly.

Posted 25 December 2017 - 09:24 AM

test 2 - **Paste from Word** OK

Y^ “Y-hat,” the fitted value of the dependent variable

b^_{0 } “Beta zero hat,” the estimated constant term in a regression equation

b_{0 } “Beta zero,” the true constant term in a regression equation

b^_{1 } “Beta one hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b_{1 } “Beta one,” a true regression coefficient

b^_{2 } “Beta two hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b_{2 } “Beta two,” a true regression coefficient

b^_{3 } “Beta three hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b_{3 } “Beta three,” a true regression coefficient

b^_{4 } “Beta four hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b_{4 } “Beta four,” a true regression coefficient

R^{2} “R squared,” the coefficient of determination

R^{2}_ “R bar squared,” the R-squared adjusted for degrees of freedom

Y_ “Y bar,” the mean of the dependent variable

X_ “X bar,” the mean of an independent variable X

e “Epsilon,” the error term

r “Rho,” the correlation coefficient