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Questions about the form and content of output returned by Mathematica for a given input or function application. This can include specific differences produced by older versions of Mathematica.
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Specify and control how Mathematica formats its output, including rich text, equations and graphics.
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self-contained bundles of Mathematica code that add new functions and other functionality.
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Tag for questions about packed arrays. Packed Arrays are data structures that can be seen as monolithic blocks containing a single data type, particularly Integers and Reals. Many functions operate ve…
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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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a notebook with a collection of controls such as buttons. They can be used to perform many actions in Mathematica, including entering typesetting characters, styling noteb…
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Questions related to panel GUI elements, both passive or click-interactive.
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Questions on parallel computing in Mathematica.
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Questions about explicit functions expressed in terms of independent variables, i.e. parameters. Including approaches for rewriting functions using different parameterizations.
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used for questions regarding splitting a list into sublists
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Questions on expression testing and manipulation through pattern matching and constructing efficient patterns.
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Questions relating to the importing, exporting, and extraction of data from PDF files
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Questions on peak detection algorithms and problems, including applications of the built-in FindPeaks, PeakDetect, MaxDetect and MinDetect.
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Questions relating to human sensory perception; psychoacoustics; vision science.
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Questions on optimizing Mathematica code for higher performance. This may mean faster execution, lower memory usage or both. Not to be confused with mathematical optimization.
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For questions about the functionality related to permutations in Mathematica.
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For questions about persistence, i.e., storing variable values or function definitions beyond the lifetime of individual Mathematica sessions.
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Questions related to the application of Mathematica to problems in physics.
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Questions about the Piecewise function, which is represented by different expressions for different ranges of values of its independent variable.
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