Many thanks for this.
I'm really impressed with how deep into the thicket of baroque markup
LaTeXML has penetrated, even to plain with 1990s style ams, e.g.,
https://ar5iv.org/html/alg-geom/9304003 (which, by the way, is a great
𝐚𝐫𝐗𝐢𝐯 𝐬𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐥𝐝 𝐠𝐨 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬.
William F Hammond
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On Mon, Jan 31, 2022 at 7:11 AM Deyan Ginev <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I am happy to announce a new preview site for arXiv.org's scientific
> To try it out, change the "X" in any arXiv article link to the "5" in
> ar5iv to get a modern HTML5 document.
> What is included?
> You can expect to find a collection of 1.75 million preprints,
> readable (and machine-readable) today.
> The underlying data is converted from TeX/LaTeX to HTML5 by latexml.
> It is indeed the latest installment of the exact data I have been
> packaging as a versioned "arXMLiv dataset", available under
> A new "arXMLiv 2021" edition is planned for Februrary.
> My hope for the short-term is that the new preview site will be
> helpful to stress-test MathML Core support in all browsers, especially
> ones striving to newly add support in 2022.
> For the longer term, we hope to reintegrate back with the main
> arXiv.org site, and propose a reliable transition away from PDF,
> especially for the 2 million articles that have already been
> And for the readers in the lists here - to enable a wide variety of
> exciting MathNLP and MathIR research!
> - The formulas and fragments in ar5iv are enriched with "id"
> attributes, making them attractive targets for search indexes
> - Our attempt at generating "Scholarly HTML5" offers a range of
> reliable additional markup, such as classes for a variety of
> scientific statements (theorems, proofs, definitions,...) +more!
> You're welcome to use and reuse, share widely, and send feedback my
> way. The plan is to keep actively improving, while offering this
> service to the wider academic community.
> For a more detailed overview, here is a link to the social media
> I will also give an overview talk in next week's SIGMathLing seminar,
> and would welcome early feedback and discussion from anyone who has
> time to attend. My gratitude to Michael and Frederik for organizing!
> Details as usual at:
> LaTeXML mailing list
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