# Sciences

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# Mathematics

The Math Central Page.

- The pages in Math category
- Data plotting with module graph

Some MathML code examples. And additional external links for MathML, the "native" ConTeXt way of math:

- Official home of MathML at W3C with lots of links
- MathML (general) by Pragma
- MathML in ConTeXt (examples) by Pragma

Useful links to MathML code generators:

- itex2mml - TeX to MathML conversion
- MathML Central by Wolfram Research - Mathematica 2 MathML conversion
- Maplesoft MathML Home Page - How to Export Maple Output as MathML

# Chemistry

The Chemistry Central Page. ConTeXt comes with PPCHTeX, an extensive chemistry module which allows the drawing of chemical structures and the typesetting of reactions.

The pages in Chemistry category.

- ChemML (MathML extension for chemistry) by Pragma

# Physics

The Physics Central Page.

The pages in Physics category.

- PhysML (MathML extension for physics) by Pragma

# Generics

Sciences also use a lot :

- Units
- Graphics like diagrams, Flow_Charts, Chromatograms, graph module based on MetaPost.
- Steps (XML step charts, by Pragma). This module is written in the process of defining a couple of styles for an educational math book.The macros provide you a way to visualize steps in for instance solving equations.
- Proclaim: In Plain-TeX there is the command \proclaim which is very handy when writing mathematics and stating theorems, lemmas, definitions and so on.