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Questions on TetGenLink, a Mathematica application that links to TetGen, a quality tetrahedral mesh generator and a 3D Delaunay triangulator.
Questions on the interaction of Mathematica and Unicode characters/glyphs.
Questions on the use of Mathematica to export in SVG vector graphics format.
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|backward-compatibility× 9||code-organization× 8||concatenation× 8||input-alias× 8|
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Questions on gathering, grouping or clustering data based on certain criteria. This is to be used with primary tags such as list-manipulation, string-manipulation or similar tags, with the primary tag…
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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.
For questions about operator precedence.
For questions about persistence, i.e., storing variable values or function definitions beyond the lifetime of individual Mathematica sessions.
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a subspace of R^n with codimension 1, therefore n-1 coordinates are enough to represent any point on the simplex. A 2D simplex can be plotted as a ternary plot.