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indicate that a question presents code or methods that may lead to a crash. Useful as a warning to prevent other users from experiencing the same without having saved their work.
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Questions about using CUDALink, Mathematica's method to accelerate programs using NVidia graphics cards.
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for requests for books, online resources, etc. that deal with the Mathematica system and its applications. This tag is also for asking references for algorithms used within Mathematica.
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The visual art or other aesthetic results generated by Mathematica.
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Questions on the use of Mathematica to capture data from external sources.
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Tags for questions about convolution, including the Mathematica functions Convolve, DiscreteConvolve, ListConvolve, DirichletConvolve, ImageConvolve, and convolutions using Fourier, FourierTransform, …
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Questions on the arbitrary precision capabilities of Mathematica.
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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 about stochastic calculus in Mathematica, for example how to use `ItoProcess` and `RandomFunction`.
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Questions on the use of Mathematica to analyze, design, and simulate continuous- and discrete-time control systems.
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Specific forms of data storage and file types external to Mathematica.
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Questions about the usages of the various initialization files used by Mathematica. The most common ones are the init.m files that can be found in some Mathematica system folders and in a few specific…
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A source of input or output: files and pipes are both examples of general Mathematica objects known as streams.
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Options, methods or issues launching a Kernel instance
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Questions on attributes of functions.
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Questions on the application of Mathematica to geography, including the use of the CountryData[] and CityData[] functions. Not to be confused with geodesy.
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For questions about the data structures known as trees.
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Questions on the astronomical applications of Mathematica.
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Questions about character encoding and decoding. This includes, but is not restricted to, conversion of characters to their numerical value in a character table and vice versa and conversion of charac…
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Questions about the Text based file format CSV (Comma Seperated Values). Questions include, but are not restricted to, importing from and exporting to this file format.
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