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There are SciPy and NumPy which when installed can be
easily called by an "import" command.
I think it would be nice if there is something similar to
that as well.
since it can be shared easily. Which is useful for
researchers who want to share their work, especially in
an interactive manner.
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1st hit, is this what you're talking about? [zen_tom, Jul 30 2014]
For display of math(s) in your website
Can be included in your pages as a hosted reference/import. [zen_tom, Jul 30 2014]
This is what I would like to see, but for mathjs etc... [mofosyne, Jul 30 2014]
d3js is more for data visualisation, but there are some maths bits in there - CDN at http://d3js.org/d3.v3.min.js [zen_tom, Jul 30 2014]
Github Tutorials for d3js
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||I looked at mathjax and mathjs. MathJax CDN is
exactly what I would like to see but for MathJS.
||Also I envision that this dedicated CDN, would not
just contain MathJS, but also contain pretty much
all the extra functions you would usually find with
SciPy or Matlab.
||E.g. FFT, ODE solvers, etc...
||Just need to search up the 'package/modules' in
this domain, and then link to it.
||This domain does not even have to store the files,
perhaps it could be somewhat like a redirect
services, pointing to the latest files in MathJS
servers etc... But I would expect that a CDN would
at least store a backup mirror copy, just in case
servers storing the official MathJS, FFT functios,
etc... goes down.
||Sounds like a great target for MITM/XSS attacks.
||It depends on what you're doing - but yeah - that's an
||[mofo] theres a load of data vis methods on d3js - not
sure if that's quite what you're looking for - but
having done all your maths, and assuming you've got data
to work on - these provide some keen tools for
displaying it in an interesting way.