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Issue with rendering a Latex equation #2434

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woopla opened this Issue Jan 28, 2018 · 3 comments

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woopla commented Jan 28, 2018

Hello,

I'm trying to render the following piece of Latex code in a Markdown cell:

$\hat{y}_{i}=\hat\beta_{0}+\hat\beta_{1}x_{i}$

It looks like the parser is getting confused by the first \hat - removing it produces the expected results. The preview widget on mathjax.org renders it fine, but in my notebook it's not displayed as rendered Latex, just my original code.

I'm using 0.6.2.

Thanks,

Clément

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woopla commented Jan 28, 2018

OK, found another one:

$\sum\limits_{i=1}^nx_i$

Removing the _ before {i=1} un-confuses the parser, but the equation's all wrong.

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woopla commented Feb 7, 2018

Updated to v0.7 and it's so beau-ti-ful 🤣 Thanks a ton!

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