# LaTeX to SVG

Convert LaTeX equations to SVG using MathJax
Due to MathJax stopping their CDN, this service didn't work for a few months in 2017.
We are now up and running again.

## Equation

Write your LaTeX equation here:

Render equation
Note that this currently works in Firefox and Chrome only.

## Rendered equation

The following equation was rendered using MathJax (in SVG rendering mode) within your web browser:

$$x = \sin{\pi}$$

## Generated SVG

This is the SVG image extracted from the MathJax equation. It should look the same as the equation above. In some browsers, you can use the download button to save the image as *.svg file.

## SVG source code

If downloading does not work, copy-paste the text below into your favorite text editor, and save it as *.svg file.

## Notes and hints

• You can open/import the *.svg file in Inkscape for further editing. Since the equations are huge, you may want to scale it to 1.5% of its size. Inkscape also allows you to export the equation as PDF document or PNG image.
• In all modern browsers, you can insert SVG source code directly into an HTML document.
• Rendering is performed within your browser. If you cache this page, you don't need an internet connection to render equations.
• If you are using a Mac, you may also like LaTeXiT by Pierre Chatelier.

## Questions, Suggestions and Bug Reports

Please direct questions, suggestions, and bug reports to Thomas Lochmatter.