# Python Maths Prettifier

Ever run into a problem like this? tl;dr I made a web app that translates Python maths expressions into more human-readable maths script so you can see what you’re putting into matplotlib. Try it out by clicking here: Launch If you happen to be an engineering or physics student, plotting functions in MatLab or Python might have become second nature by now. However, when you’re just starting out, the Python maths syntax can seem quite messy compared to its traditional counterpart.

# Soap Bubble Physics

This week, I rediscovered that you can estimate how heavy a bubble is by looking at its colour.

# Hello World

What’s up? This is a mini math test. This $e^{i\pi}+1=0$ should be inline. This $$\int_{a}^{b}e^{i\pi}+1 = 0$$ should have a line break. Sweet!!!! I love inline code like this $\int_{\vec{r}_0}^{\vec{r}} {\vec{E}(\vec{r}')\cdot d\vec{r}'}$. This should be normal code #include<stdio.h> int main() { int i = 0; char msg = "Hello\n"; for(i = 0; i < 10; i++) { fprintf("%s",msg) } return 0 ; } Good enough.