Medium offers enough control over images to produce decent-looking mathematical expressions.
It is recommended to keep images small enough to be displayed at full resolution across devices and to explicitly mark retina images for retina support.
This article provides a step-by-step guide on how to typeset mathematical formulas in a Medium article using LaTeX and ImageMagick
, including the dimensions of the image, the font used, and the conversion script.
Tips are also provided on how to make the article look better on all devices.
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Medium does not have strong support for mathematical writing, but it does offer enough control over images to allow a hard-working author to produce decent-looking mathematical expressions. Inline expressions can be italicized, and images can be displayed at full resolution across devices. To avoid images that are resizable by default, it is recommended to keep the images small enough that they have to be displayed at full resolution across devices, and to explicitly mark retina images if you want retina support.
How to write mathematics on Medium | by Tyler Neylon | Medium