Every scientist coming to the website https://derivationmap.net/ is unlikely.
Extracting value from staring at a visualization of the graph of equations is unlikely.
The local value to both the author and the reader is in determining
- is the mathematical content of the paper I'm reading self-consistent?
- are the expressions consistent in units?
- are the variables clearly defined?
- are the operators well defined?
- how does the paper I'm currently reading (or writing) relate to other papers?
- how does the paper I'm currently reading (or writing) build on previous work?
- collaborate with an existing online Latex editor. There are many -- https://www.google.com/search?q=latex+editor+online
- a Latex package hosted on https://ctan.org/pkg/latex?lang=en that installs locally.
- an offline thickclient application that compiles Latex and checks the math