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WebEQ is a suite of three Java programs for creating and displaying interactive scientific Web documents. Authors write HTML files with either TeX-like commands, or MathML expressions describing the equations which should appear in the Web page. Equations can also be created visually using the point-and-click WebEQ Editor. The WebEQ Wizard then processes HTML files to create either graphics for static mathematical expressions, or WebEQ applets for interactive equations. Readers can interact with equations in a variety of ways, such as following links from parts of an equation or toggling between between two expressions in response to a mouse click.

Registered users of WebEQ gain access to the full Java API documentation for the WebEQ component classes. Using the API and the WebEQ classes, Java programmers can embed WebEQ equation canvases and editing controls in their own applets and applications.

WebEQ is a simple and powerful way of putting interactive math on the Web.

Current Version:   2.2

License Type:   Commercial

Home Site:

Source Code Availability:   No

Available Binary Packages:

  • Debian Package:   No
  • RedHat RPM Package:   No
  • Other Packages:   No

Targeted Platforms:

Java platforms, like Unix/Linux, Windows95/NT, Macintosh

Software/Hardware Requirements:

Java JDK

Other Links:
WebEQ Showcase : Examples of WebEQ Equations
A page created by the WebEQ Wizard.

Mailing Lists/USENET News Groups:

The WebEQ Forum

User Comments:

  • None

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WebEQ Wizard
WebEQ Editor

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