Jupyter markdown cells support \(\LaTeX\) equations, which allow you to type all sorts of mathematical expressions and symbols like the equation above. To type an inline equation, simply surround the LaTeX expression with single $ signs. Or to type an equation on its own line, surround the LaTeX expression with double $$ signs.
Markdown Syntax Cheat Sheet v1.0.1, design by Mark Boszko Paragraphs and Breaks Markdown accepts text on consecutive lines as a hard-wrapped paragraph.
An OCaml kernel for Jupyter notebook View on GitHub OCaml Jupyter. An OCaml kernel for Jupyter notebook.. This provides an OCaml REPL with a great user interface such as markdown/HTML documentation, LaTeX formula by MathJax, and image embedding.