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Snip an equation on your screen and convert it to LaTeX instantly.

Convert images and PDFs to LaTeX, DOCX, Overleaf, Markdown, Excel, ChemDraw and more, with our AI powered document conversion technology.

Snip an equation on your screen and convert it to LaTeX instantly.

Use Snip on any device with automatic syncing

All Snips conveniently sync on every platform through your account, so you can get more done faster.

Mobile & Tablet

Best for handwriting and digital ink.

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Desktop

Best for taking screenshots from PDFs, includes advanced clipboard options.

Desktop app.MacOSWindows Linux

Web

Best for Markdown editing, importing PDF's and images, and exporting to DOCX, LaTeX, PDF, Overleaf, and more.

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Testimonials



  • Image of Albert Einstein
    “If I had known about Mathpix earlier, perhaps I would have had enough time to work out the Grand Unified Theory.”

    Albert Einstein

  • Image of Isaac Newton
    “When I lost my .tex file to the Principia, I was devastated. Mathpix helped me effortlessly use equations from the Principia in my new work. I now have more time to stand beneath trees and get hit by apples.”

    Isaac Newton

  • Image of Alan Turing
    “Mathpix's AI definitely passes this Turing test!”

    Alan Turing

Use Snip with your favorite editing environment

Snip supports document conversion capabilities such as PDF to LaTeX, PDF to DOCX / MS Word, image to LaTeX, image to Microsoft Word, image to TSV (for spreadsheet software), and more.

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    Overleaf

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    Microsoft Word

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    Typora

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    TeXmaker

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    Notion

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    MacDown

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    Authorea

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    Microsoft Excel

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    Google Sheets

  • Use Snip Notes to Digitize PDFs

    Use Snip Notes to edit Markdown, import PDF's and images, and export to DOCX, LaTeX, HTML, PDF (with HTML), PDF (with LaTeX), and Overleaf.

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  • Using Snip with Overleaf

    Snip is a LaTeX app first, which means it has great compatibility with any LaTeX editor, like Overleaf. Snip can convert images into LaTeX for inline equations, block mode equations, and numbered equations. Snip also supports some text mode LaTeX, like the tabular environment.

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  • Using Snip with Microsoft Word

    Snip also supports another syntax called MathML that works great with Microsoft Word. Just copy the MS Word format and paste it directly into your .doc file! Inserting math into MS Word documents has never been easier.

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  • Using Snip with Microsoft Excel

    Snip can be used to digitize images of spreadsheets into TSV (tab-separated values) format, which can be pasted directly into any spreadsheet software, like Mircosoft Excel and Google Sheets. This feature is super convenient for extracting tabular data from PDFs and images.

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  • Using Snip with Notion

    With Snip, it has never been easier to get complicated equations into WYSIWYG editors like Notion and Typora, since they support inserting LaTeX! Snip supports all the formats needed to use these apps for scientific documents, all you have to do is copy and paste.

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  • Using Snip with ChemDraw

    With Snip, it has never been easier to insert chemical diagrams from documents into ChemDraw without having to re-draw them from scratch. Simply paste the OCR-ed SMILES string into ChemDraw.

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Use Snip Notes to digitize PDFs

Convert PDF to DOCX / MS Word, PDF to LaTeX, PDF to Overleaf, and more.

Original PDF

The original PDF here was pulled fromhttp://cs229.stanford.edu/notes2020spring/cs229-notes1.pdf

Example equation
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Extracted Mathpix Markdown

This shows the OCR results, formatted as editable Mathpix Markdown:

Example equation
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Rendered result

This shows the HTML rendered result. From here, you can export to DOCX, LaTeX, PDF, Overleaf, and more, via the export menu.

Example equation

Advanced Clipboard Functionality (Desktop)

Our Desktop apps feature many options for you to copy what you need to the clipboard, and then paste into your editor of choice.

LaTeX

Example equation
\begin{aligned} \text { Let } I &=\int \frac{\ln (\tan x)}{\cos ^{2} x} d x \\ &=\int \sec ^{2} x \cdot \ln (\tan x) d x \end{aligned}

MS Word

Example equation
<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="block"> <msubsup> <mrow> <mo data-mjx-texclass="OP">∫</mo> </mrow> ... <mn>2</mn> </mrow> </msup> <mi>d</mi> <mi>x</mi> <mo>=</mo> <mn>1</mn> </math>

Asciimath

Example equation
([ct^(')],[x^(')],[y^(')], [z^(')])=([gamma,-gamma beta,0,0],[-gamma beta, gamma,0,0],[0,0,1,0],[0,0, 0,1])([ct],[x],[y],[z])

TSV

Example equation
f is even f is odd n is even f^(n) is even f^(n) is even n is odd f^(n) is even f^(n) is odd

SVG

Example equation
<svg xmlns="http://ww w.w3.org/2000/svg" width= "29.277ex" height="10.957 ex" role="img" focusable= "false" viewBox="0 -2671.5 12940.6 4843" style="ver tical-align: -4.913ex;"> ...</svg>

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MathML

Example equation
<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="block"> <msubsup> <mrow> <mo data-mjx-texclass="OP">∫</mo> </mrow> ... <mn>2</mn> </mrow> </msup> <mi>d</mi> <mi>x</mi> <mo>=</mo> <mn>1</mn> </math>

HTML

Example equation
<table id="tabular"> <tbody> <tr style="border-top: none !important; border-bottom: none !important;"> <td style="text-align: center; border-left-style: solid !important; border-left-width: 1px !important; border-right-style: solid !important; border-right-width: 1px !important; border-bottom-style: solid !important; border-bottom-width: 1px !important; border-top-style: solid !important; border-top-width: 1px !important; width: auto; vertical-align: middle; " class="_empty"></td> <td style="text-align: center; border-right-style: solid !important; border-right-width: 1px !important; border-bottom-style: solid !important; border-bottom-width: 1px !important; border-top-style: solid !important; border-top-width: 1px !important; width: auto; vertical-align: middle; "><span class="math-inline "><mathml style="display: none"><math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML"> <mi>f</mi> ... </tr> </tbody> </table>

For more information about supported output formats and compatibility, visit our Snip User Guide.

Recognition features

Snip relies on Mathpix OCR, which supports printed and handwritten math, text, tables, and chemical diagrams.

Snip supports English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Hindi, Russian, and more.

Tables

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Equations

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Text

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Chemistry

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You can find more examples of images that Snip can digitize accurately in the User Guide.

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Up to 5,000 Snips
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Extra Usage

$0.01 per Snip
$0.05 per PDF page

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For departments, schools, and companies.

$9.99

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Up to 5,000 Snips per user (pooled)
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$0.01 per Snip
$0.05 per PDF page
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