# Ziamath¶

Ziamath renders MathML or LaTeX Math expressions as SVG paths using only the Python standard library. Does not require a Latex installation, nor rely on any third party or online services. It can use any math-enabled font, such as STIXTwoMath-Regular which comes included with Ziamath for use by default. The resulting SVGs are drawn entirely with <path> elements, so the image does not depend on having the font available.

## Example¶

To render from MathML:

```
import ziamath as zm
zm.Math(
'''<mrow>
<mi> y </mi>
<mo> = </mo>
<mi> f </mi>
<mo> ⁡ </mo>
<mrow>
<mo> ( </mo>
<mi> x </mi>
<mo> ) </mo>
</mrow>
</mrow>''')
```

To render from Latex:

```
zm.Latex(r'\frac{1}{1-x^2}')
```

## Demo¶

See Ziamath in action as it runs in your browser through PyScript here!

## Support¶

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Source code is available on Github.

Ziamath is also used by the Ziaplot and Schemdraw Python packages, and was used for rendering the SVG and PNG equations on MathGrabber.