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Mathematical expressions are not rendered correctly in reference page #1507

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albayenes opened this Issue May 3, 2018 · 7 comments

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albayenes commented May 3, 2018

Hi,

In reference page http://nipy.org/dipy/reference/dipy.reconst.html mathematical expressions are not rendered correctly. To see one of them http://nipy.org/dipy/reference/dipy.reconst.html#mean-kurtosis

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matthew-brett commented May 3, 2018

:) oops.

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matthew-brett commented May 3, 2018

That'll teach me not to dive in and fix something straightaway ...

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grubdragon commented May 3, 2018

Hey, can I take this up?

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skoudoro commented May 3, 2018

Hi @grubdragon, look at #1508, it seems to be already done

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grubdragon commented May 3, 2018

Ah okay @skoudoro
Could you suggest me an issue to get started?

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skoudoro commented May 4, 2018

Thanks for pointing that @albayenes. #1508 merged and doc updated. it should be good now. Closing

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skoudoro commented May 4, 2018

@grubdragon, there is always something to improve in the documentation or a tutorial to create. Feel free to start with that.

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