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Questions about specific or optimal placement of objects in a shape or volume. For questions about packed arrays use [tag:packed-arrays].
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Tag for questions about using various number bases in Mathematica. This includes, but is not restricted to base notation, base conversion and formatting issues.
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a lightweight data-interchange format. The Stackexchange API delivers its data using this format. The tags is meant for questions about reading and interpreting JS…
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Questions about interfacing Mathematica and Fortran. This also includes conversion of Fortran style numbers to Mathematica style.
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programmatically construct a custom graphical user interface under Mathematica.
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Questions on the use of Gröbner basis techniques in Mathematica.
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Questions about commercially available Mathematica packages, either distributed by Wolfram, inc. or third parties.
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Questions on Wolfram SystemModeler, an environment for the modeling of systems with mechanical, electrical, thermal, chemical, biological, and other components, as well as combinations of different ty…
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Questions on managing computation or tasks order. Synchronizing parallel procedures, dynamics objects and so on. It's meant to be a secondary tag to narrow the scope of question already tagged with pa…
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Tag for questions meant as a puzzle for the Mathematica.stackexchange.com public or about solving puzzles using Mathematica.
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Questions on TetGenLink, a Mathematica application that links to TetGen, a quality tetrahedral mesh generator and a 3D Delaunay triangulator.
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a process of making a three-dimensional solid object of virtually any shape from a digital model. Mathematica makes it possible to take complex algorithmically generated geometry and im…
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