Our revised page was added on 7/7/98.

They notified us that they added WebEQ and asked us to complete/correct what has already been entered. Our revised entry includes the text:

WebEQ is a suite of three Java
programs for creating and displaying interactive scientific Web
documents. Authors write HTML files with either TeX-like commands, or
MathML expressions describing the equations which should appear in the
Web page. Equations can also be created visually using the
point-and-click **WebEQ Editor**. The **WebEQ Wizard** then
processes HTML files to create either graphics for static mathematical
expressions, or **WebEQ applets** for interactive equations. Readers can
interact with equations in a variety of ways, such as following links
from parts of an equation or toggling between between two expressions
in response to a mouse click.

Registered users of WebEQ gain access to the full Java API documentation for the WebEQ component classes. Using the API and the WebEQ classes, Java programmers can embed WebEQ equation canvases and editing controls in their own applets and applications.

WebEQ is a simple and powerful way of putting interactive math on the Web.

There also are links to the Showcase, the Brouwer Theorem example, and some screen shots of the Wizard and Editor.

Posted by July 1, 1998

Create interactive scientific Web documents with the WebEQ Wizard. The Wizard converts a source file containing mathematical expressions encoded using TeX-like commands or MathML into an HTML file containing images or interactive WebEQ Applets. There also is an Editor to build equations with a few clicks of the mouse.

On the other hand, it may be bad to have a bare example of an applet that anyone could copy to his own page.

**WebEQ** is a suite of three Java programs for creating and displaying
interactive scientific Web documents. Authors write HTML files with
either TeX-like commands, or MathML expressions describing the
equations which should appear in the Web page. Equations can also be
created visually using the point-and-click **WebEQ Editor**. The **WebEQ
Wizard** then processes HTML files to create either graphics for static
mathematical expressions, or **WebEQ applets** for interactive equations.
Readers can interact with equations in a variety of ways such as
following links from parts of an equation, or toggling between between
two expressions in response to a mouse click.

WebEQ is a simple and powerful way of putting interactive math on the Web.

Entered May 26, 1998

WebEQ 2.2 (Software: Applet) WebEQ is a suite of three Java programs for creating and displaying interactive scientific Web documents. Authors write HTML files with either TeX-like commands, or MathML expressions describing the equations which should appear in the Web page. Equations can also be created visually using the point-and-click WebEQ Editor. The WebEQ Wizard then processes HTML files to create either graphics for static mathematical expressions, or WebEQ applets for interactive equations. Readers can interact with equations in a variety of ways such as following links from parts of an equation, or toggling between between two expressions in response to a mouse click. WebEQ is a simple and powerful way of putting interactive math on the Web. Author: Jeffrey Schaefer Entered: 26-May-98 Categories: Java:Educational:Math:Tools and Utilities Java:Commercial Java:Java for Sale:Multimedia