# Installed MathJax-LaTeX WordPress plugin for blog.bigsmoke.us

Soon, I wish to document some statistical issues I’ve been running into lately due to the lack of understanding maintained by my recipe-level statistics training. Also, I’d like to document some of the things I did learn over the years, and, hopefully, the things I find out while working myself out of the modelling mountain that I currently find so difficult to mount. For this I will need to use some mathematical language, which is why I just installed the MathJaX-LaTeX WordPress plugin. MathJax-LaTeX uses the MathJax JavaScript library to support LaTeX and MathML math equations in WordPress without requiring the browser to have MathML support.

As for testing it, my knowledge ($$K()$$) of MathML ($$M$$) is pretty much nonexistant, while I’m quite comfortable with LaTeX ($$L$$) math exations, which is why I’m typing the LaTeX code “K(M) \ll K(L)” to generate the following simple equation:

$$K(M) \ll K(L)$$