|November 7th, 2016, 09:56 AM||#1|
Joined: Nov 2016
Changing the way of writing maths
Greetings and wonderful day fellow maths enthusiasts!
I'm working on something like this
The idea is to put 'noisy' and overwhelming research papers, scripts, notes, books and basically whole mathematics into interconnected graphs, cause... knowledge is often interconnected.
The point is that it is more efficient, clearer to read, faster to understand and comprehend, better to remember and more fun to traverse through.
I really haven't asked many professionals on this, just working on it from a mere passion and conviction in my dormitory college room, so I will happily and kindly welcome all of your thoughts and suggestions. If it makes sense to you, if it's worth working on etc.
As an example I'm posting my assignment made for Algebra.
Cheers, and thank you a lot for all responses on this
PS: Yes, it supports LaTeX!
Last edited by optimista; November 7th, 2016 at 10:12 AM.
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