End goal of note taking as a grad student/researcher is to - be able to reference it back or create report/articles. Articles/reports are usually created in latex for most of STEM community.
Being able to quickly convert markdown to latex (using some regex parser e.g.
subsection etc.) could be productive for scientific community in general.
Also, enhancing look and feel of rendered markdown as a latex document could also be great. e.g. rendering equation numbers, heading numbers, figure and table numbers could be useful.
- Support for syntax to write blocks as
lemmaetc) which can be easily extracted by regex to convert to latex.
- Captioning for
tableswithin obsidian. Syntax for defining labels and references that is different from current linking [] so that it can be recognised by regex and can be converted to appropriate latex syntax.
Currently I manually copy markdown to latex and do the modifications line by line. It does take fair amount of time.
link to discussion From Markdown to VsCode (Latex) - best practices?