I'm a lay elder who spends his work week as an engineer, so I am a self-professed math geek. I was excited when I saw the Greek Mathematical Works Collection on CP (https://www.logos.com/product/34182/greek-mathematical-works-collection), but I really expected it would languish like other collections that seem to have been in CP forever (https://www.logos.com/product/8500/biblical-encyclopedia-and-museum, for example). The Math Collection seems to have quickly hit critical mass, so I am curious how those of you who have bid on this intend to use it? (Are there just more math geek Logos users than I realized?)

so I am curious how those of you who have bid on this intend to use it? (Are there just more math geek Logos users than I realized?)

There must be more than you (or I) imagined. I am bidding on it for my homeschooled 13 year old son. He is a math geek. Whatever the reasons, I am happy folks are bidding on it.

Though it is not LOGOS' expertise, I am convinced that LOGOS would serve as a wonderful tool for reading and studying mathematical and scientific texts. With degrees in Chemistry (and a Math minor) and Computer Science, I would have loved the highlighting tools available with LOGOS for use with my text books. Alas, that was too many years ago, but it could have been of help to the current generation of students.

I am curious as how LOGOS will work with a mathematical text book.