Some HTML-based MathJax:
$$ \alpha+\beta $$
You could print this plotly graph with SVG-based rendering, but it would break the HTML-based rendering of rmarkdown!
library(plotly) p <- plotly_empty() %>% add_trace(x = 1, y = 1, text = TeX("\\alpha"), mode = "text", size = I(1000)) %>% config(mathjax = "cdn")
Instead, use something like the widgetframe package to create a responsive iframe which ensure the SVG-based rendering that plotly requires is done independently of rmarkdown's HTML-based rendering.
Or, do it the old-fashioned way: save your plotly graph to an HTML file via
htmlwidgets::saveWidget() then use an HTML
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