When I edit a formula in Writer it shows the equation graphically in the document, which helps to identify errors.

When I edit the same equation in Calc it shows the operators and cell references like this:

```
=(1+C$3*$B10)*(1-C$5*$B10)/SQRT((1+C$4*$B10)^3*(1-C$6*$B10-C$7*$B10^2))
```

It is not so easy to spot errors in this. It would be useful if Calc were able to display the formula graphically in equation form like Writer does.

The page www.libreoffice.org/discover/math/ says "Math is LibreOffice’s formula editor, and can be invoked in your text documents, spreadsheets, presentations and drawings, " and I know that Math can be linked into Calc to enter graphical formulas into the sheet as illustrations rather than working equations.

Can Math be used to graphically display a formula already entered into a Calc cell?