# Math modules inventory

The Aneamal Translator doesn’t display LaTeX formulas beautifully by itself, but it’s very easy to add a module that does so:

- Download a math module from the following list. It’s a ZIP file.
- Unzip the ZIP file. It contains a folder called
*math*. - Upload the
*math*folder to your*aneamal*directory.

## Math modules

Both math modules require javascript in your readers’ browsers:

- KaTeX for Aneamal
- KaTeX is fast and completely contained on your web space. So you are independent from external sources. MIT license.
^{✻} - MathJax via CDN for Aneamal
- MathJax supports more LaTeX commands. The plugin loads MathJax from an external content delivery network,
*cdn.jsdelivr.net*.

*To be continued …*

## Joy

With a math module `$$x_{1,2}=-\frac{p\pm\sqrt{p^2-4q}}{2}$$`

in your document should be displayed online as follows. Time to be happy:

x_{1,2}=-\frac{p\pm\sqrt{p^2-4q}}{2}

✻ The MIT license is a free open source license, similar to the license of the Aneamal translator. See https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.