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Dear Florian,

to answer your questions:

what is the recommended way to display the formula output of the widget on an Android device? (eg the MathML in a TextView or as an image?)

>>There are several possibilites. You can create your own display, display an image... Otherwise, one easy way to proceed is to use libraries such as mathjax.

And how does the widget itself display the formulas?

>>We developed an internal algorithm, which takes into account the position of the ink, and replaces it with the corresponding result. The source of this latter one is not available.

The recognition/beautification of the widget is very fast and the formula looks good.

>>Thank you for this.

Best regards,

Olivier

## fwetschoreck

Hello,

what is the recommended way to display the formula output of the widget on an Android device? (eg the MathML in a TextView or as an image?)

And how does the widget itself display the formulas? Are there some libraries used which could be reused?

The recognition/beautification of the widget is very fast and the formula looks good.

Thank you for your help and insights.

Best regards,

Florian

Olivier @MyScriptsaid about 3 years agoDear Florian,

to answer your questions:

>>There are several possibilites. You can create your own display, display an image... Otherwise, one easy way to proceed is to use libraries such as mathjax.

>>We developed an internal algorithm, which takes into account the position of the ink, and replaces it with the corresponding result. The source of this latter one is not available.

>>Thank you for this.

Best regards,

Olivier