Equation Editor

Ken Brady kbrady at ultranet.com
Sun Mar 2 21:16:42 EST 1997

> Gerard Pujadas wrote: 
> "Which is the best Equation Editor available for Mac (and free of course 
> ;-) ) to make complex statistical formulas before to paste them in 
> text." 
> I think your demands are incompatible. If you want a free editor you'll 
> have to put up with what is supplied with word processors like Word 6 
> (plus, of course the pain of having to do your word processing in Word 
> 6). If you really want the best one available, try Expressionist, from 
> Prsecience Corporation. It's not free, but it's a lot better than any 
> other I've seen. I've not updated since version 2.07 (March, 1990), 
> because that version still works perfectly with current Mac system 
> software and more recent word processors than I was using then. 
> Another possibility, which will give you even better results than 
> Expressionist, at the cost of a considerable investment of effort on 
> your part, is to learn TeX, of which good shareware implementations for 
> Mac are available. That'll cost you little or no money, but don't 
> imagine you'll be constructing "complex statistical formulas" the first 
> day, though with Expressionist you would be. 
> Athel 
Could you please tell me how to contact Prsecience Corporation.  Thanks! 

Ken Brady 
kbrady at ultranet.com

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