You've learned a fair amount about how MathML is used to encode math content, at least for presentation purposes, but you've yet to learn how to view this content. The remainder of the chapter will focus on the software tools available for both viewing and creating MathML content using presentation markup. The following are some of the more popular MathML tools as of this writing:
Amaya editor and browser
WebEQ Math Viewer Java applet
IBM's techexplorer Hypermedia Browser
MathType equation editor
EzMath editor and plug-in
Mathematica scientific math tool
The next few sections will explore the basics of these tools and what they have to offer. You'll also see how the MathML code you've covered throughout the chapter is rendered in a MathML ...