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2015-10-21 20:37:52 +0100 | commented answer | jupyter (ipython notebook) kernel math display Thanks. If I understand you correctly, I should either get a beta release, or wait for the next release (I'm running 6.9 at the moment)? I'm intrigued by the differences between the notebook started by 'sage -n ipython' and the sage kernel added to jupyter by SageKernelSpec... it seems like it should be possible to make the 'sage -n ipython' kernel the default, but I'm not familiar enough with the jupyter architecture to work out how to do this! |

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2015-10-21 03:25:38 +0100 | asked a question | jupyter (ipython notebook) kernel math display I'm trying to set up sage as a jupyter (ipython notebook 4.0+) kernel on my local machine. To do this, I have installed sage in /usr/local/sage, and set up a kernel using the SageKernelSpec tool (following instructions here). My sage kernel.json looks like this:
The kernel starts from within jupyter, and I am able to run sage. However, math text is not rendered. As an example: The problem seems to be that the notebook is not recognising and formatting mathjax input properly. I have tried manually linking the sage mathjax library to ipython using: But it still does not work. I in terminal, but when starting the notebook from my standard jupyter environment (i.e. choosing the kernel from the dropdown list), the mathtype is not rendered. I can't work out what's going on... any pointers appreciated. Thanks! |

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