[BlindMath] Questions about Nemeth and UEB

blindathlete6 at gmail.com blindathlete6 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 6 10:34:07 UTC 2023

I personally prefer UEB, because of consistency. You will use the same
numbers, brackets and braces, signs, and punctuation marks everywhere,
regardless of the context. I hate having to switch back and forth between
codes when writing a mixture of mathematical and literary contexts. The
modern braille noteTakers have started to add a solid implementation for UEB
within their systems as well. I also think UEB is easier to learn, and more
practical for those who read braille in more than one language.

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From: BlindMath <blindmath-bounces at nfbnet.org> On Behalf Of dana mohsen via
Sent: Thursday, April 6, 2023 3:17 AM
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Subject: [BlindMath] Questions about Nemeth and UEB

Hello everyone, I hope everyone is doing well.
I had a question about Braille math.
I work with math audibly, using a screen reader, but I have been interested
in learning braille math recently. I can read both contracted, and I'm
contracted braille.. my question is: should I learn Nemeth or UEB math? I
definitely love to learn both, but I'd like to learn one of them fully
before doing the other. Which one is the better one? Which one is more
efficient, and which one is more common in the United States.?
Thank you.
Best regards,
Dana Ibrahim
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