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Drawing convolutional neural networks

I wrote an in-browser tool for this as well: NN-SVG and you can find the source here. Choose from FCNN layout, LeNet layout, and AlexNet layout.
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Automatically remove white borders from pdfs, no OCR, command line

pdfcrop Have you checked out pdfcrop? See: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/gutsy/man1/pdfcrop.1.html It is described in more details here: https://askubuntu.com/questions/124692/command-line-...
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LaTeX editor that can insert images automatically

I would recommend TeXstudio. TeXstudio is an integrated writing environment for creating LaTeX documents. Our goal is to make writing LaTeX as easy and comfortable as possible. Therefore ...
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Drawing convolutional neural networks

This is great: https://github.com/HarisIqbal88/PlotNeuralNet. Solves my problem well, and is written in python/tex.
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Programming animations for mathematical formulas

I would strongly recommend trying the Jupyter notebooks environment with one of several plotting libraries that support animation. This combination lets you combine, on a single notebook page, text ...
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Are there any instant messaging apps that support Markdown and LaTex?

I would suggest you telegram https://telegram.org/ with a LaTeX bot. You may start with an InLaTeX bot https://telegram.me/inlatexbot Once you added the bot, type @inlatexbot $$x^2$$ to the person ...
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Is there a python library to create draw.io-like schematics?

You could use the diagrams library for writing. For the latex notation, you could use matplotlib. If you need something more abstract or generic, networkx might be what you need. A simpler approach ...
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Word processor for math and code?

Finally i found the perfect thing : Typora You can write your document live with markdown and pandoc support ( so latex is supported!). The best software I ever found to write my domcuments!
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Automatically remove white borders from pdfs, no OCR, command line

Have you ever tried Briss and K2pdfopt (Reference)? Both are open source and I believe they support command line usage .
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LaTeX editor for Windows with Live Preview

I would suggest using a markdown editor that has baked in LaTex inside of it My personal favorite at the moment is app.classeur.IO Here's a demonstration of copying a wikipedia quantum physics ...
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Text-based note taking applicationg with solid math support and good organization

The closest matches are Laverna (MathJax support, offline storage) and Cherrytree. Both works on Linux.
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Is there a python library to create draw.io-like schematics?

N2G is a python library that can be used to create draw.io or yEd diagrams https://github.com/dmulyalin/N2G
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How to organize math notes?

Here is a long blog post by a guy who uses SVG Editor Inkscape to quickly draw illustrations for Math lecture notes. It has an "Export to Latex" feature which is hidden inside the "Print as PDF" ...
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Alternative to Latex

CairoSVG "Convert your SVG files to PDF and PNG." homepage, source code: Python with some non-python library dependencies (e.g. cairo2), rendering engine: cairo2, license: LGPG-3.0 electron-pdf ...
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Ideas for static website generator that produces HTML and PDF from single LaTeX / MathML source?

You can make high quality PDF reports, presentations and interactive websites using R Markdown and RStudio. LaTeX and BibTeX support is built in; and it uses pandoc to convert .rmd files to other ...
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Markdown/Tex notebook

Obsidian allows MathJax which is a display engine for LaTeX. You can switch been edit/view mode pretty easily
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VS Code extension that supports preview for markdown inline math wrapped in escaped parenthesis?

There are a bunch of extensions supporting this, I'm personally using Markdown Preview Enhanced, which supports bunch of different math syntaxes and also other non-standard extensions such as PlantUML....
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Is there an LaTeX editor embeddable in a web site?

The version of the tinymce HTML editor that is embedded in the Canvas LMS can accept raw LaTeX input in its equation editor component. A quick google shows quite a few different ways of using LaTeX ...
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library or program to convert ppt/pptx files to odt files

Open your PPT/PPTX file in LibreOffice Impress. Export it to HTML. Optionally, import the HTML into LibreOffice Writer. You can also perform the conversions from command-line using headless ...
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GNU/Linux alternative to Math input panel

From TeX.SX it looks like JMathNotes (state of the art in 2004) does what you want. The TEX.SX question also has some other recommendations.
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Alternative to Latex

rinohtype* is a (pure) Python package that renders structured documents to PDF. The style of the PDF document is highly customizable by means of style sheets and document templates. The primary input ...
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Alternative to Latex

Pandoc (https://pandoc.org/) will create PDFs from Markdown text and other formats. Sphinx (https://www.sphinx-doc.org/en/master/) is similar, but uses reStructuredText as input and is more ...
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Windows dark themed with autocomplete Tex editor?

TexStudio with a dark theme works great. Here is another thread where how to set TexStudio with a dark themed like Scholarized can be performed: https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/108315/how-can-...
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How to organize math notes?

You can also use a MarkDown syntax with something like MathJax integrated. 5 years later, we can use Obsidian to organize various kinds of notes (both Scientific and Technology related) as it comes ...
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How to organize math notes?

The standard option for math notes is, of course, LaTeX and you can use the hyperref package for linking and for example ag for searching. There are many editor that include instant preview, but you ...
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Math writing tablet apps instead of LaTeX

I'd pick up markdown. It's a much easier formatting language and LaTeX can be generated from it, e.g. with pandoc. I am using Emacs as a markdown and LaTeX editor (with AucTeX), but agree that it's ...
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Track changes with in pdf documents for non-Latex reviewers

Xodo Connect allows for collaboration on any document, including PDF. It is completely web based, with no need for registration or plugin installs. Simply go to Xodo Upload your file Open the file ...
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Word processor for math and code?

LibreOffice Math with the TexMaths extension. Here is some explanation from another stack question.
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The best software to create book?

Did you try Madoko? http://www.madoko.net http://www.madoko.org/reference.html (or *.pdf) You can connect to your local documents offline via the npm package madoko. Also, there's a video ...
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