The easiest way to include Latex-based math notation in Evernote is to generate an image from the Latex code using some tool like LaTeXiT and paste the image in Evernote. However, it cannot record the Latex code in place like by MathJax so that it can be modified later. Is there any way to include MathJax or similar function in Evernote, like in Wikipedia or Stack Exchange?

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If you don't mind going third party eaTags does it.

Marxi.co is another option.

  • I just tried it. It just not looks very good and does not support some syntax though. Thanks for letting me know that.
    – tankgong
    Nov 1, 2015 at 3:34
  • Give marxi.co a shot. marxi.co Nov 1, 2015 at 14:29
  • Just tried Marxi.co. It looks good although I do not need most features beyond Latex support and it is not free. Thanks.
    – tankgong
    Nov 5, 2015 at 2:14
  • To save the digging required: marxi.co is free for 10 days, then $15.99/year: marxi.co/purchase.html
    – Tom Hale
    Nov 13, 2016 at 12:22

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