Mathematical Typesetting

Developed at Wolfram Research over nearly 20 years, the Wolfram Language has by far the world's most sophisticated and convenient mathematical typesetting technology. Generalizing the concept of a computer language to allow 2D input, the Wolfram Language allows both interactive and programmatic entry of arbitrarily complex typeset expressions, with publication-quality layout continuously maintained in real time.

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StandardForm Wolfram Language unambiguous format (Ctrl+Shift+N)

TraditionalForm traditional textbook math notation (Ctrl+Shift+T)

InputForm linear input form (Ctrl+Shift+I)

Palettes Other Basic Math Input bring up a palette of common input notations

Palettes Special Characters access all Wolfram Language special characters »

Keyboard Input

(Ctrl+^ or Ctrl+6)  ▪  (Ctrl+_)  ▪  (Ctrl+/)  ▪  (Ctrl+2)  ▪  ...

Ctrl+Space move out of a script position

Ctrl+(, Ctrl+) start, end an inline math cell in text, or text in math

Special Characters »

π (EscpEsc)  ▪  (EsciiEsc)  ▪  (EscinfEsc)  ▪  (EscintEsc)  ▪  (differential d) (EscddEsc)  ▪  α (EscaEsc)  ▪  ...

Symbolic Notational Forms »

Subscript()  ▪  OverBar()  ▪  CirclePlus()  ▪  LeftRightArrow()  ▪  ...

Table & Layout Constructs »

MatrixForm  ▪  Grid  ▪  Column  ▪  Row  ▪  Framed  ▪  Labeled  ▪  Tooltip  ▪  ...

Number Formatting »

NumberForm  ▪  PaddedForm  ▪  ...

General Styling »

Text text within math

Style  ▪  Bold  ▪  Italic  ▪  Large  ▪  Small  ▪  Red  ▪  ...

HoldForm display expressions without evaluating them

Inactivate inactivate operations throughout an expression and display them in gray

Options & Tweaking »

ScriptSizeMultipliers  ▪  LineIndent  ▪  Invisible  ▪  ...

Speak, SpokenString generate spoken representations of mathematical expressions