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Dear Yusuke-oka San,

thank you for contacting us.

First, which MyScript product are you using? The iink cloud, or the iink native (on device?)

Currently, I am not sure to understand your question? What do you mean by Math Node Complete Overview? What are you trying to achieve?

Indeed, I just tried to recognize mixed fractions using the webdemo (that uses the iink cloud), and these were properly recognized and exported as Latex and MathML

The Latex export: 5\dfrac{1}{3}+7\dfrac{3}{7}\simeq 12.762

And the MathML export: <math xmlns='http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML'> <mn> 5 </mn> <mfrac> <mrow> <mn> 1 </mn> </mrow> <mrow> <mn> 3 </mn> </mrow> </mfrac> <mo> + </mo> <mn> 7 </mn> <mfrac> <mrow> <mn> 3 </mn> </mrow> <mrow> <mn> 7 </mn> </mrow> </mfrac> <mo> ≃ <!-- asymptotically equal to --> </mo> <mn> 12.762 </mn> </math>

So please explain what you mean by "Math Node Complete Overview", so that we better understand the behavior you are facing.

Best regards,

Olivier

Dear Olivier

Thank you for your reply.I'm sorry I'm not good at English

>First, which MyScript product are you using? The iink cloud, or the iink native (on device?)

the iink native (on device?) using,

Supplement

I confirmed the recognition result of mixed fractions in JIXX format

The result of entering 「1 2/3 + 1/3」 is shown below.

Please tell me about "type": "mixed" in the result.

Why doesn't "type": "mixed" exist in the JIIX format reference?

JIIX format reference | MyScript Developer

(Excerpt of results)

"expressions": [ {

"type": "+",

"id": "math/1664",

"operands": [ {

"type": "mixed",

"id": "math/1660",

"operands": [ {

"type": "number",

"id": "math/1656",

"label": "1",

"value": 1

}, {

"type": "fraction",

"id": "math/1659",

"operands": [ {

"type": "number",

"id": "math/1657",

"label": "2",

"value": 2

}, {

"type": "number",

"id": "math/1658",

"label": "3",

"value": 3

} ]

} ]

}, {

(Omitted thereafter)

Answer

Dear Yusuke-oka San,

thank you for the update.

Indeed the "mixed"type is missing in the documentation. This will be corrected in a future release of the documentation.

Thank you,

Best regards,

Olivier

## Yusuke-oka

Hello.

Can someone please tell me?

Why doesn't "mixed" exist in the type of Math Node Complete Overview?

I'm implementing an application in Math.

When I analyzed the recognition of mixed fractions, "mixed" was set for type.

However, mixed did not exist in the type of Math Node Complete Overview.

Olivier @MyScriptsaid over 2 years agoDear Yusuke-oka San,

thank you for the update.

Indeed the "mixed"type is missing in the documentation. This will be corrected in a future release of the documentation.

Thank you,

Best regards,

Olivier