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I'm looking for a free formula editor, which can export formulas to vector-based formats. (SVG, EPS, AI, PDF, CDR, etc..)

Do you know of any such program?

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The an Online LaTeX Equation Editor which can output in svg format. There also some TeX programs for different platforms you can download from CTAN.

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There is also another free online equation editor at that can export in .pdf format. It is a bit more user friendly and powerful than the codecogs one.

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