# SublimeText for Math and ML

A plugin in SublimeText to write math and machine learning formulas.

I have been using this plugin for SublimeText called UnicodeMath to write math in SublimeText or for machine learning formulas.

This is the squared loss function for machine learning.

Without a plugin this is the best way to write this function:

```
Lsq(h) = 1/n Sum(i=1 to n) (h(xi) - yi)^2
```

It’s good enough if you are familiar with the topic. However, I prefer to use subscript and superscript, without complicating typing too much.

I am ok with this part:

```
Lsq(h) = 1/n Sum(i=1 to n)
```

I would prefer to have subscript and superscript here:

```
(h(xi) - yi)^2
```

## Subscript and Superscript

After installing the plugin. You can use it by typing backslash and a character/keyword, followed by a space.

- Subscript (backslash, underscore, character, space):
`\_`

such as`xᵢ`

- Superscript:
`\^`

such as`(something)²`

This is the same formula using subscript and superscript.

```
Lsq(h) = 1/n ∑(i=1 to n) (h(xᵢ) - yᵢ)²
```

This is the zero-one loss function without the plugin. It becomes complicated writing it without any math syntax:

```
L0/1(h) = 1/n Sum(i=1 to n) delta h(xi) different than yi,
where delta h(xi) different than yi
equal to
1, if h(xi) is different than yi
0, otherwise
```

This is the same function with the math plugin:

```
L0/1(h) = 1/n ∑(i=1 to n) δ h(xᵢ)≠yᵢ,
where δ h(xᵢ)≠yᵢ
equal to
1, if h(xᵢ)≠yᵢ
0, otherwise
```

The greek symbols are easy to remember if you are familiar with this kind of math.

Type `\Sigma`

or `\delta`

. Both followed by a space to convert to unicode.

## Math Cheat Sheet

These are the most likely symbols to use:

- Subscript
`\_`

:`Downₕₑᵣₑ`

- Superscript
`\^`

:`Upʰᵉʳᵉ`

- Forall
`\forall`

:`∀`

- Rightarrow
`\rightarrow`

:`→`

- Not equal
`\neq`

:`≠`

- “Sum” sigma
`\sum`

:`∑`

- Or use sigma
`\Sigma`

:`Σ`

- Delta
`\delta`

:`δ`

- Theta
`\theta`

:`θ`

- Lambda
`\lambda`

:`λ`

- Mu
`\mu`

:`μ`

- “Belongs to” epsilon
`\varepsilon`

:`ϵ`

## Type emojis

Here is the complete table for UnicodeMath: Github repo

Christmas trees `\fir`

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