import matplotlib as mpl
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
    "": "serif",  # use serif/main font for text elements
    "text.usetex": True,     # use inline math for ticks
    "pgf.rcfonts": False,    # don't setup fonts from rc parameters
    "pgf.preamble": "\n".join([
         r"\usepackage{url}",            # load additional packages
         r"\usepackage{unicode-math}",   # unicode math setup
         r"\setmainfont{DejaVu Serif}",  # serif font via preamble

fig, ax = plt.subplots(figsize=(4.5, 2.5))


ax.set_xlabel("unicode text: я, ψ, €, ü")
ax.legend(["unicode math: $λ=∑_i^∞ μ_i^2$"])



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