### Definition

Identifies that mathematical equations and formulas are encoded in the LaTeX typesetting system.

### Examples

### Explanation

The `latex`

value
is used to indicate that a publication contains math equations formatted using the LaTeX
typesetting system.

LaTeX equations can retain semantic information about math equations that is not always available in other formats (e.g., presentational MathML) making them easier to understand.

The ability to read LaTeX equations often requires being able to export the data to another program, however, as LaTeX does not natively render in Web-based formats like EPUB. As a result, it is not commonly found at this time.

### Related Links

- Schema.org — accessibilityFeature
- Schema.org Accessibility Vocabulary — latex