In my search for the perfect math typography (for print), I learned that Donald Knuth is the master of it all. He created the Computer Modern font, which is used in all those TeX programs the academics love. I like it also, and I want to change all the math fonts in my books to the Computer Modern font.
So that's easy, I have the font installed. Now, I'm looking for good examples of the typography details: spacing between elements, sub and superscript relative sizes, what should and shouldn't be italicized, etc.
Of course, finding examples is hard. All anyone wants to do online is talk talk talk talk, describe...but nary a sample. I don't care about any of that. I literally just want to see samples of Donald Knuth approved spacing. What I'd love to find is just a page full of images showing all sorts of math symbols, equations, matrices...just every example possible, and I can tweak my programs to mimic that typography.
Any help is appreciated. 40hz?? I'm betting you probably have something already in mind in your knowledge suppository.