# Tagged Questions

Questions on correct (or improved) formulation of Mathematica code to achieve particular results. Use this tag (not "symbol") for questions about all those odd @@ /@ # & and ~ characters.

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### Double arguments and place of the underscore

Could someone explain me of this bit of code below is correct: Is it possible to define a function with a second bracket, see below, i.e. f[x_][y_]? And what does ...
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### Intersection of all sublists of a list [duplicate]

I want to get the intersection of all sublists of list in an easy way. ...
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### Summation over list elements

As we know, one of the simplest way to do a summation (with special intervals) over list elements is using Sum[list[[i]], {i, 3, 8, 2 }] (*with steps of 2*) for ...
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### Meaning of Abs´? [closed]

A friend showed me the code below. r[i_] := {x[i, t], y[i, t], z[i, t]}; rji = r[i] - r[j]; solap = 2 a - Norm[rji]; FullSimplify[D[solap, t]] I'm unsure about ...
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### How can I solve the 2D Laplace equation with Neumann boundary conditions? [closed]

I would like to solve the following boundary value problem for $u(x,y)$: PDE $\quad \quad \frac{\partial^2 u}{\partial x^2} + \frac{\partial^2 u}{\partial y^2} = 0$ Domain \$\quad \quad 0 \le x \le ...
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### Mathematica Workflow [duplicate]

What methods/tools/tips have you found that dramatically improved your Mathematica workflow? I have a love/hate relationship with Mathematica. It is useful no doubt, but defies my intuition at every ...
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### Using Nearest on a 2D List (seeing extra parentheses)

I am working a problem involving colliding particles. I define a list of particle diameters (effectively a bin distribution). I need to know if two particles collide, in what bin diameter should I ...