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  1. I'll leave this as an ethical problem for parents and grandparents to decide. I recently had to unlimber my long dormant math knowledge to help my grandson work out a formula. It hurt somewhat, but at least I remembered how. Then ironically I saw in an item in @heather's Evernote Daily News about 'photomath' - an iOS and Android app that will work out (and graph!) math problems for you, whilst explaining and teaching the process. Scan the problem with a camera and text recognition, plus built in math smarts, will work through the solution in teaching mode and give you an answer. If I'd had this back in the day, I would probably be stepping rapidly through the screens and just getting the answers for my workbook - but sadly I learned my math in a day when we were taught tables by rote, had actual printed books of logarithms and I thought a slide rule was "new tech". So stuff has been pounded in. I'd counsel caution in releasing information about this app to anyone under the age of 18 though - let 'em suffer! ? But for parents & GP's wrestling with problem-wracked pre-teens, and somewhat antiquated math knowledge, this might be a godsend... ? https://photomath.net/en/
  2. I'm a happy Evernote user, but I miss a feature many people have asked for and will greatly appreciate - support for LaTeX formulas. If may sound complicated, but integration should be actually extremely simple. Here's how it could work: 1) Similarly to URL-to-hyperlink conversion, a LaTeX formula could be automatically generated by converting text surrounded by specific characters ($ in LaTeX). For example, I can type "Today we will discuss how equations of the form $ax^2 + bx + c = 0$ can be solved" 2) Finally, the formula text can be converted to an image. Luckily, there are many online services that given the LaTeX source produce a PNG image (even with transparency and custom color by some services). So the only thing the Evernote team needs to implement is to provide the option to automatically and manyally convert a piece of text to an image by querying some well-established online service. So adding LaTeX math support boild down to implementing a simple UI feature! Now it sounds simple, but this could be a selling point to a huge amount of people (especially in academia). I'm not aware of any good note taking tool that has seamless formula integration and synchronization. Even in the current Evernote state the functionality can be emulated by dragging LaTeX formula images to Evernote. However, this is tedious and does not facilitate modifications. Therefore, it would be good after the image has been acquired, the source text to be saved along for future modifications. What do you think, Evernote staff? P.S. I just saw on your blog that you're supporting the use of Evernote in schools, etc. This makes the suggested feature even more prominent.
  3. I use Evernote mainly for academic purposes. Very often, I need to enter a formula. However, Evernote does not support this feature. So I write the formula in LaTex and make a screenshot. But this is not optimal, of course. I would love to see a formula editor. It could be a graphic one (like in Microsoft Word) or a "scripted" one like in LaTex.
  4. How can I insert a mathematical expression? I wonder when this feature will be added.
  5. How can I write this math formula in Evernote? https://blog.evernote.com/it/2013/12/12/paolo-antonini-ricercatore-matematico-racconta-come/
  6. Hi Folks, As someone involved in academic research, I depend on Evernote heavily for note-taking and keeping detailed records of scientific experiments. I have noted that several times, while I am writing some experimental protocol, I need to use a calculator. I use chrome/ OSX calculator. Wouldn't it be great to have a calculator in the Evernote app? Thanks!
  7. Hello all! I just subscribed to Evernote premium. I decided on the premium mostly for it's upload limit since I take a ton of snapshots for school to create modules of notes. A feature or option that I am looking for is a math equation writer. To clarify, I am not looking for a math solving solution. During my math and science classes, I would like to be able to neatly type out equations and steps to the solution and organize them in evernote. Is there such a feature? If not, do you recommend any 3rd party program that provides software to write an equation easily and accurately? I have found a few options online but I am weary of unknown sources or companies. Thanks for reading!
  8. Hello, I would like to present you MathSense - the fast and easy way to write math and science notes. This web application is made to provide a natural and easy way to quickly take, save truly editable and fully interactive math and science notes. My team and I love to use Evernote for our studies, but we were very disappointed to find out that there wasn't really an easy way to take mathematical notes for Evernote. Learning LaTex or saving equations like plain images simply seamed too complicated, we couldn't make quick changes and the images just take too much space and lack interactivity. Who We Are We are a team of two talented students on the University of Nis, Serbia. Since we study computrr sciences, we decided to build our own solution... Now, after a lot of hard work, we are are very proud to present you the result. Please take a quick look at the features of the MathSense app: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HG4wYn6XFNk This application, when it hits the production will be completely free to use, so any comments and suggestions from you would much appreciated! At last, if you find this application usefull, please check out this IndieGoGo campaign and help us make it to production by preordering a premium account, and get amazing and exclusive perks along with our eternal gratitude. http://www.igg.me/at/mathsense Even if you can't contribute, sharing is a huge help, and it would mean a lot to a small and profitless team. Please send us any feedback via replying to this post and share the links on our IndieGoGo campaign. Best wishes, The MathSense Team
  9. Love the product and am always thinking of new features that can be included. So, what if there was a way that a formula could be calculated if written into a note? Is there a way that this can be done? Origin: I use my notes for many things, one of which are grocery lists. It would be helpful to use the note to calculate the amount of the items on the list for estimating budgets, etc.
  10. Quite often in my work I want to informally "run the numbers." In the past, I cluttered up my hard drive with numerous quick and dirty spreadsheets that rarely used more than sum rows or columns and occasionally a percentage formula. If evernote is going to really work for me, I need to be able to work on those spreadsheets from within the evernote application. I'll be happy with any solution: 1. A live frame within the note that is a window to a google or other cloud based spreadsheet where the cost is not unreasonable 2. A native spreadsheet that initially does only the very basic operations and after that periodically adds new features. 3. Some other workaround that's not too cumbersome to use on a regular basis. Thanks,
  11. Dear Evernote - Love your product, blah blah blah. :-) I use my evernote constantly. Use it for all sorts of things. One thing I use it for is jotting down my budget expenses. I'd love it if Evernote had a simple math function in its tables. Nothing fancy, nothing spreadsheetish. It'd just be nice if I could do a table like: John $100 Jane $200 Bill $300 Total =COLSUM where =COL gets replaced with the sum of that column. You could also have =COLAVE where it's the average. That's about the only two functions that are essential for me. What do you think? Karen
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