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It has been quite a while since the question was asked, but I seem to have an answer. The key points are to use unescaped strings (avoid \t in \textbf be misinterpreted for a tab) and `LatexExpr()`

. The following is a MWE in my jupyter notebook:

var('x') stats=((1,2),(3,4),(x,x^2-1)) tex_string = r"\textbf{stationary points: }" tex_string += ", ".join(map(latex,stats)) show(LatexExpr(tex_string)) view(LatexExpr(tex_string))

This code both shows a typeset version in the notebook (second last command) and opens up a pdf viewer with typeset latex code (last command).

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