Latex Support to publish in html format

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Alessio Nava
Alessio Nava el 28 de Sept. de 2013
Comentada: Kerem Karatas el 22 de Mayo de 2014
The following Latex code does not get recognised by Matlab when trying to publish in html:
\iint_{E}f\left(x,y\right)dxdy
The problem is undoubtedly the double integral; I get the following error: "Unable to interpret Latex string".
Could please someone help me? Why doesn't Matlab recognise this Latex command? It is perfectly fine with:
\int_{E}f\left(x,y\right)dx
Thanks in advance.
Alessio

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Oleg Komarov
Oleg Komarov el 28 de Sept. de 2013
Editada: Oleg Komarov el 28 de Sept. de 2013
Two workarounds:
1) Use \int\int with negative spaces in between \!\!
text(.5,.5,'$\int\!\!\int_{E} f\left(x,y\right) dxdy$','interpreter','latex')
2) Or integrate your .html with MathJax. Here's the technical solution that explains how: How can I use MathJax to render the LaTeX math in the published output in MATLAB 7.10 (R2010a)?
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Alessio Nava
Alessio Nava el 3 de Oct. de 2013
I have managed to identify the issue. Formulas that can be interpreted by the standard Matlab latex interpreter are trated as if the custom XSL file did not exist. Whereas, more complex formulas with double integrals for examples, are displayed correctly, if they are in display mode. Finally, MathJax during the export does not allow inline formulas.
Kerem Karatas
Kerem Karatas el 22 de Mayo de 2014
The issue still persists. I would love to find a workaround so that I can force it to display using MathJax. Also I believe the ability to display inline Latex using Mathjax is much more important.

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Youssef  Khmou
Youssef Khmou el 28 de Sept. de 2013
Alessio
The right and left parenthesis are maybe not recognized , try directly this command :
>>text(0.5,0.5,'\int_{E}f ( x,y ) dx dy')
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Alessio Nava
Alessio Nava el 28 de Sept. de 2013
Thanks for your reply! The left and right parenthesis are recognised; the problem is that I would like to use double integrals. For example, event this command would not be recognised:
E=\left\{ \left(x,y\right)\in\mathbb{R}^{2}\,:\,\left(x,y\right)\in\left[-1,1\right]\times\left[-2,2\right]\right\} \subseteq\mathbb{R}^{2}
The problem in the first example is \iint, whereas in the secondo \mathbb{R}, which do not get recongnised. I am sure since removing the two commands solves the issue. The parenthesis are fine.
Do you have any ideas in order to fix this issue?
Youssef  Khmou
Youssef Khmou el 28 de Sept. de 2013
waiting for an answer, so far you can try :
>>text(x,y,'the expression', 'interpreter','latex');
......

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Daniel Shub
Daniel Shub el 28 de Sept. de 2013
\iint and \mathbb are defined by the AMS packages. Hereford they are not available. There are a number of hack solutions that I have posted, but it is probably best to avoid using anything that is not defined in the LaTeX kernel and article class (note that size commands are not available).
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Alessio Nava
Alessio Nava el 28 de Sept. de 2013
Could you please point me to any of these workarounds? Thank you very much!
Daniel Shub
Daniel Shub el 28 de Sept. de 2013
Editada: Daniel Shub el 28 de Sept. de 2013
I gave an answer a while back on TeX.se http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/98803/10038, but I am telling you the work arounds are hacks. I would just stick with base LaTeX and not use macros that depend on packages.

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