## Can you use LaTeX in Anki?

Anki provides some support for LaTeX, allowing you to enter LaTeX code in your notes. When you review a card, Anki will call LaTeX and display the generated image instead.

### How do you type square root in Anki?

The “\geq” command is how you write the “greater than or equal” symbol. “\sqrt” is how you write a square root.

**Is Ankidroid safe?**

Yes, absolutely safe. It’s open source so if our assurances don’t help then you could consult a security expert to review the code. But it’s wisely used and has never had any security complaints that I know of.

**How do you get LaTeX on Anki?**

Open up the Anki and Click on Add. In Anki, under basic card type. Click on the burger menu in the extreme right of the editing options. And then click on the option LaTex.

## Can I write in Anki?

Touch Screen – draw and write on your cards – AnkiWeb.

### How do you get LaTex on Anki?

**Is Anki Universal the same as Anki?**

Anki Universal is a completely free flashcard app (no forced ads, paid models, etc.) Please note that Anki apps on other platforms are developed by different groups. * Currently, media files syncing with with AnkiWeb is not supported yet.

**Is MathJax compatible with LaTeX?**

MathJax TeX and LaTeX Support. The support for TeX and LaTeX in MathJax consists of two parts: the tex2jax preprocessor, and the TeX input processor. The first of these looks for mathematics within your web page (indicated by math delimiters like $$… $$ ) and marks the mathematics for later processing by MathJax.

## How to use Anki as a latex delimiter?

You can find out how and what exactly Anki does in the latex.py file in Anki’s source code, which is the main reference for this section. Anki supports three LaTeX delimiters out of the box ( see Anki manual: Where: [latex] … [/latex] is the general LaTeX delimiter.

### Where do I save LaTeX images in Anki?

Anki generates a corresponding image for each LaTeX code and saves them in your /collection.media/ folder in order not to have to generate images for each LaTeX item, each time you review a card [*]. They are also used for display on the mobile versions of Anki which do not have LaTeX capabilities.

**Can you edit expressions on AnkiDroid in MathJax?**

As a bonus, the MathJax syntax is cleaner, and you can now edit expressions on AnkiDroid and they will render immediately. If you have already been using a full installation of LaTeX and have a bunch of anki cards that you want to convert to Mathjax, the process is relatively easy.

**Are there any advantages to using MathJax with Anki?**

Probably one of the main hurdles for LaTeX and currently one of the main advantages for MathJax is the ease of setup, since MathJax (with the AnkiDroid 2.9 beta and Anki 2.1) comes already integrated.