Hypatia Create

digitize your math

Create digital math

Hypatia Create helps teachers to create digital lecture material, handouts and assignments.  Hypatia Create integrates easily into your favourite text editor and augments what you are already doing.

Save your files locally with enhanced math integrated into them or share them with students.  Hypatia Create works everywhere.  Once you have created your materials, Hypatia Create makes it easy to change if you want to make variations from year to year, assignment to assignment, or test to test.

Since Hypatia Create is as easy to use as a text editor, students can also use Hypatia to present their own work and assignments clearly and professionally.  

At Hypatia, we support teachers by giving them digital tools, leaving them more time to focus on teaching.

We support Google Workspace and Microsoft Office.

Install in Google  Install in MS Office  
Example of Hypatia Create

Hypatia Create Group License

$40.00/50 users billed every year

Provides access via access codes. Each access code can be used by up to 50 users. You can purchase up to 40 access codes.

Hypatia Create Individual License

$15.00/user billed every year

Provides access for 1 user

Hypatia Create Site License

Starting at $0.80/user/year

Provides access to users via institution domain(s). Minimum: 100 users


Future versions will include

Feature highlights:

Add color to your math

Add color to your math to make your notes beautiful, and explanations even clearer. Perfect for creating beautiful presentations.

Color Math


Use our sketching tool that allows you to add hand written annotations into your math. Enhance your online lectures with these annotations and make these part of your notes that you can share with your students.


Math history in Forms

Every math you create in Google forms can be accessed via math history drop down. This is essential in Forms and helps you to create quizzes even faster. Math in the history list is sorted and categorized so you can easily navigate and choose the right math.

Math History