Including math.js in your web pages will create a single global object
M(str, context), which is a function that parses a latex expression string.
- Parsing latex expressions efficiently
Export string representations of functions:
- GLSL shaders:
- Complex Numbers
- Vectors (dot products, cross products, gradient/curl etc).
- Finding roots (intersections) (Not yet implemented)
- Finding singularities (Not yet implemented)
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