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> This is the demo (posted by William Stein) from the Paper Man but as a Sage worksheet in SageMathCloud.  Paper Man was [featured on Hacker News](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8507310).

# This is Paper Man.

It's a latex editor with a markdown feel.

You can write latex $$p(x)=x^2+\frac{2}{4}$$
You can have **bold** *italic* and ***italic bold*** font.

You can create lists
* There are also `labels`.
* Everything is extremely responsive, even for large files .
* Try this out.
* * Double click me in the right window.
* * Now double click me in the right window.

Notice the Download PDF button in the top center.

Let me know what you think, my email is **patrick@lorio.me**

Enjoy Paper Man,
Patrick Lorio.


Somebody asked about (sorry not numbered by default...)
\begin{equation}
x^3 + y^3 = z^3
\end{equation}

This works here, since we use MathJax:
$$A = \sum_{n=-\infty}^{+\infty} f(x)$$

This is the demo (posted by William Stein) from the Paper Man but as a Sage worksheet in SageMathCloud. Paper Man was featured on Hacker News.

This is Paper Man.

It's a latex editor with a markdown feel.

You can write latex p(x)=x2+24p(x)=x^2+\frac{2}{4} You can have bold italic and italic bold font.

You can create lists

  • There are also labels.
  • Everything is extremely responsive, even for large files .
  • Try this out.
    • Double click me in the right window.
    • Now double click me in the right window.

Notice the Download PDF button in the top center.

Let me know what you think, my email is [email protected]

Enjoy Paper Man, Patrick Lorio.

Somebody asked about (sorry not numbered by default...)

This works here, since we use MathJax: A=n=+f(x)A = \sum_{n=-\infty}^{+\infty} f(x)