# XML

Revision as of 09:43, 21 July 2004 by Patrick Gundlach (talk | contribs)

You can use all of PlainTeX math and most of AMSmath in ConTeXt; for the latter you may need the **nath** module (see on CTAN).

The "native" ConTeXt way of math is MathML - rather verbose but mighty. Here's the docs:

- MathML (general) by Pragma
- MathML in ConTeXt (examples) by Pragma
- ChemML (MathML extension for chemistry) (screen) by Pragma
- PhysML (MathML extension for physics) (screen) by Pragma
- Steps (XML step charts) (screen) by Pragma
- Euler in \ConTeXt (using Euler math font) by Adam Lindsay

Esp. for physics there's the **units** module. (Can anyone write something about it?)