Displaying Markdown and Latex in Jupyter output cells

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Published on: August 14, 2018

Just out of curiosity I started looking into how to get jupyter to display text and math formatted as markdown and latex in output cells. This got into my head when I was looking at symbolic integration and differentiation of functions and how to format the output in a more civilized manner. I don’t have the full solution to the question but formatting output as markdown turned out to be ridiculously easy since the heavy lifting had already been done.

Displaying markdown and Latex in jupyter output cellsΒΆ


  • And of course the new WordPress editor is helpfully mangling both the code highlighting and output. Trust me, it works. I’ll have to sort out how to get “Gutenberg” to do the right thing later.
  • Thrashing around a bit now get’s the code highlighted but now the crayon tag is visible. Still no love for the actual Latex.
  • Rolling back to the old editor and fixing these posts. I’ll deal with the gutenberg editor issues when I’m dragged kicking and screaming to it
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