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Specific forms of data storage and file types external to Mathematica.
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For questions about the geodetic functionality of Mathematica, including the functions FromDMS, GeoPosition, GeoDistance, GeodesyData, and FindGeoLocation.
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For questions about texture mapping, particularly using the Texture function.
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For questions about the function RegularExpression which is used in string patterns in functions as StringCases, StringReplace, StringPosition,StringCount etc.
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Questions on the importing/exporting of video files in Mathematica, as well as the use of Mathematica to manipulate video files.
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Questions about building charts in Mathematica. This includes generating the graphics, prettifying them, and using methods to extract their data.
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the process during which a piece of Mathematica code is prepared for distribution or for the internet.
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a lightweight data-interchange format. The Stackexchange API delivers its data using this format. The tag is meant for questions about reading and interpreting JSO…
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Questions about integrating Mathematica and the statistics package R using the RLink functionality provided with Mathematica.
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Questions on the wavelet analysis functions of Mathematica.
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Questions on the use of Mathematica to import, modify, and export XML documents.
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Questions about DownValues which specify function definitions for symbols.
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Questions about Entity expressions and the use of standardized representations of specific real-world entities.
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Questions on counting subparts of expressions, based on certain criteria. This is to be used with primary tags such as list-manipulation or string-manipulation, with the primary tag indicating the spe…
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Questions on arithmetic operations in Mathematica.
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