Handwritting to Math Converter
You should be able to convert your handwriting to math like with Notability. When you write a note and hit convert, a math option should come up so you can simply convert your handwriting into proper typed math symbols.
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Alexander Schuckert commented
The new feature in Goodnotes 6 is great, but it needs to be seriously upgraded to be useful for anything but the most basic features. One option would be to allow to correct the Latex code that was created by math conversion and then learn from the corrections that the user makes.
Grace Greer commented
Love this idea. A lot of teachers I know use GoodNotes and without the ability to write math equations it makes it difficult for math teachers to be able to use this, especially if their handwriting can be hard to read and they prefer printed notes.
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One popular option is MyScript MathPad, which is a dedicated app that allows you to write mathematical equations by hand and converts them into formatted digital math notation. Another tool is MathType, which offers handwriting recognition functionality along with a comprehensive equation editor for creating math equations.
It's worth noting that the availability and functionality of these tools may vary depending on the platform (e.g., computer, tablet, or smartphone) and the specific software or app you choose. I recommend exploring these options and conducting further research to find the handwriting-to-math converter that best suits your needs and preferences. https://www.tellhappystar.org/
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Coffee Confessor (CoffeeConfessor) commented
I'm using the Windows Beta version on my Surface Go 2. I wish there were options to write math/recognize math equations in an ink to text feature. Also, being able to designate the importance of equations, proofs, definitions, graphs, or even questions that I need answers to would be great. As well as the ability to navigate to those important parts. I know that this is kind of a niche thing, but it would be helpful. Also, polar/isometric/smith graph paper would be an awesome addition. Being able to visualize a theoretical hyperbolic plane/sphere is easier with the right type of template.
It would be great to have handwriting math recognition feature such that handwritten equations can be converted. nebo and notability can do this.