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 Setting up ikiWiki and MathJAX

Setting up ikiWiki and MathJAX
2013-09-30

ikiWiki is an awesome (minimalist) wiki engine based on Git. Basically you can edit happily in your editor of choice (e.g. vim), preview it locally in your browser and then commit your changes and push the result to a server when you’re happy. I’ve set up a couple of ikiwiki engines to serve lecture notes etc. Usually pages are written in MultiMarkDown, and the math is rendered using MathJAX.

Setup instructions and tips.

Finally, if you want to use the look and feel of this wiki look here.

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 Example of Math Rendering

Example of Math Rendering

Here’s an example of the math rendering:

Theorem (Mean Value Property). Let be a domain, and is harmonic in (i.e. in ). Suppose is a ball of radius and center that is completely contained in . Then

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**Theorem** *(Mean Value Property).*
Let $\Omega \subset \R^3$ be a domain, and $u$ is harmonic in $\Omega$ (i.e. $\lap u = 0$ in $\Omega$).
Suppose $B$ is a ball of radius $R$ and center $x_0$ that is completely contained in $\Omega$.
Then
$$u(x_0) = \frac{1}{4 \pi R^2} \int_{\partial B} u \, dS$$

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