latex-math-input VS napkin

Compare latex-math-input vs napkin and see what are their differences.

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latex-math-input

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napkin

Posts with mentions or reviews of napkin. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-05-09.
  • (How to?) Sharing Course Notes
    1 project | /r/math | 11 May 2021
    GitHub is definitely a viable choice for this sort of project, as this example I recently discovered illustrates. Another possible option, especially for LaTeX-based documents, might be something like Overleaf, though you'd have to think carefully about what permissions you'd want to grant to strangers in terms of modifying your original work. But ultimately, I'd defer to others about the best ways to make your work available in a way that encourages comments and interactivity.
  • How to auto-render PDF files from LaTeX source code in a Github repo
    3 projects | /r/LaTeX | 9 May 2021
    I have some notes that I have been taking for my course via LaTeX. I aim to share my notes. Originally I was planning to share them at the end, but then I came across this repo: https://github.com/vEnhance/napkin/

What are some alternatives?

When comparing latex-math-input and napkin you can also consider the following projects:

mathpix.el - Mathpix Emacs Plugin

FurtherQ-Problem-Sets - A Bunch of Interesting Math Problem Sets

KaTeX - Fast math typesetting for the web. [Moved to: https://github.com/KaTeX/KaTeX]

LiX - Compose papers, dissertations, textbooks, novels, newspapers etc. quicker using abstractions to the standard LaTeX document classes - or create your own classes easily.

doom-emacs - My Doom Emacs configuration

FOM-LaTeX-Template - A LaTeX template for term paper, bachelor or master thesis for "FOM University of Applied Sciences"

KaTeX - Fast math typesetting for the web.

maths_book - Planning for an entire maths LaTeX book

yasnippet-snippets - a collection of yasnippet snippets for many languages

texme - Self-rendering Markdown + LaTeX documents

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