[BlindMath] Learn Latex, Cheat sheets and Quarto

David Engebretson Jr. accessible.engineering at gmail.com
Wed Oct 18 12:42:29 UTC 2023

Maybe I jumped on this too quick, or something isn't setup quite right with
your repository.

I went to your GitHub link below, forked the repository, but I can't find
the clone link (it used to be under a button with the accessible name of
"code" on other repositories I've worked on).

Then I tried to click on hyperlinks in your readme file and received 404

What am I doing wrong?


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Subject: [BlindMath] Learn Latex, Cheat sheets and Quarto


Some of you have recently spoken with me about learning Latex. Out of this,
I've realised that accessible math cheat sheets are hard to find. Finally,
Jonathan Godfrey recommended https://quarto.org/ to me. Quarto is a
successor to the R-Markdown toolchain that Jonathan uses.

I've set up a small Quarto-based website to explore and develop solutions.
I'd very much appreciate your comments. So far I have four pages:

- First steps in Latex
- Keyboard
- Fractions
- Venn diagrams

My present intention is to focus on providing accessible Latex help, and
cheat sheets to meet the needs of students I can talk with. Feedback from
users is really important to ensure accessibility and other user needs.

Finally, I thank Jonathan Godfrey and the blind math students who have
spoken with me for their valuable help, encouragement and sharing of

You'll find the website at https://texhour.github.io/quarto/

with kind regards

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