[Blindmath] advanced math and chemical equations
P. R. Stanley
prstanley at ntlworld.com
Tue Jun 9 02:39:07 CDT 2009
It is very cheap, in fact, it costs nothing!
if you're interested please contact me directly and I'll send you the
free commandline version of the Infty Reader plus the universal
printer software for converting pdfs to tiff.
It's all free and legal.
The Infty software also outputs data in the LaTeX format which is
pure text and can be read and updated in any text editor. That said,
the EdSharp text editor offers the option of reading the LaTeX source
without getting too destracted by the syntax.
Again, I stress, none of this costs a penny. Please let us not be
economical with the truth especially when people come to us in fgood
faith for impartial advice.
At 00:52 09/06/2009, you wrote:
>She needs InftyReader to do OCR on those PDF's. It's not cheap at
>$900, but it works very well. If a sighted person could edit the
>files to remove OCR errors, the output should be easily
>readable. For reading she has two choices. One can output as
>XHTML/MathML and read it audio with Internet Explorer and
>MathPlayer. Alternatively she could buy ChattyInfty and have an
>audio editor and reader. Infty Reader and ChattyInfty are made by
>the japanese Infty group.
>MathPlayer is a plug-in made by Design Science www.dessci.com
>On 6/8/2009 11:55 AM, Pam Davis wrote:
>>I am working with a recently graduated chemistry major who is doing
>>research in computational chemistry. She needs to do a wide scientific
>>literature search and read papers that are full of very complex math
>>equations and chemical formulas. I am reading them to her aloud from
>>printed PDF's. We would like for her to be able to read them using JAWS or
>>the equivalent. Can anyone help with what software conversion tools she
>>would need to convert the published PDF's? She does not use braille so
>>converting to nemeth braille will not be useful.
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