So I just imported my (few) files from Blogger.com because I was unhappy with how it handled math equations. I did some research and found out that WordPress handles them natively with , so I was quick to switch since I’ll probably be using mathematics quite a bit.

For example, did you know that if, for a function of one variable,

implies that is actually a constant function?

The geodesic equation that test particles follow in a given metric is

,

where the Christoffel symbols are given by

There are a few things missing such as equation arrays, but I’ve been able to figure out how to emulate such things using arrays. For example, in a commutative ring with elements and ,

Overall, some things are a bit annoying, but it’s definitely workable!

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Do you writte first the text in LaTex and then you copy-paste in WP or you can do it somehow into the WP environment?

Comment by Λαυρέντης — September 25, 2008 @ 10:42 am

Thanks anyway. I found a solution.

Comment by Λαυρέντης — September 25, 2008 @ 10:56 am