A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Specific forms of data storage and file types external to Mathematica.
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For questions related to chemical concepts such as solving equations related to reaction kinetics, graphically visualizing molecules, and using the chemistry-related curated data sets.
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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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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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The visual art or other aesthetic results generated by Mathematica.
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Questions on the astronomical applications of Mathematica.
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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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Tag for questions about compatibility among various versions of Mathematica, and compatibility issues of Mathematica with various operating systems.
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Questions about Mathematica's predicate functions.
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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 on attributes of functions.
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About using and customizing the front-end's auto-completion feature
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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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special notebook windows of the Mathematica front end.
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Questions about DownValues which specify function definitions for symbols.
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Tag for questions about using optional arguments in Mathematica functions.
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For questions about texture mapping, particularly using the Texture function.
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For questions about the data structures known as trees.