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.
Questions on the special mathematical functions implemented in Mathematica.
Questions on the use of the Table command and other functionality related to lists. Use [tag:matrix] for matrix algebra and related methods, and [tag:list-manipulation] for questions about transform…
Questions about using complex numbers in Mathematica. This includes basic arithmetic, functions of complex numbers, plotting complex functions, and dealing with branch cuts.
Questions on the interpolation functions in Mathematica (Interpolation, ListInterpolation, FunctionInterpolation, InterpolatingPolynomial, etc.)
Questions on correct (or improved) formulation of Mathematica code to achieve particular results. Use this tag (not "symbol") for questions about all those odd @@ /@ # & and ~ characters.
self-contained bundles of Mathematica code that add new functions and other functionality.
Questions about random number generation and the properties of numbers so generated.
Questions on typesetting and making your expressions, matrices, operators, equations or formulae look how you want them to.
Questions about functionality that defines or operates on regions (i.e., an open, connected set), including geometric, mesh-based, or data and formula-defined regions.
Questions on the functionality operating on polynomials
Questions using the Sum command, especially for series and other algebraic objects, and related functions such as SumConvergence
Tag for questions about bitmapped graphics, particularly those using the Image function.
Questions on dealing with series data and constructing power series expansions of functions.
Questions on systematic data handling and analysis, including data correction, manipulation, or selection of user-data or built-in data available with Mathematica.
For questions about distributions built-in in Mathematica, and functions that operate on them. Also includes questions about defining your own distributions.
GUI-construction involves everything that is used to programmatically construct a custom graphical user interface under Mathematica.
Questions on the application of Mathematica to geometric problems. You might also consider adding the [graphics] tag, if appropriate.
Questions dealing with optional named arguments of Mathematica functions.
How to manipulate expressions structurally, not necessarily complying with the rules of algebra.
Questions on Mathematica's ability to create "moving pictures" from its graphical output, including exporting these animations to other formats.
Questions on constructing graphical objects using relatively complex computations relating to the mathematical structures defining those objects. Examples include convex hulls, Voronoi diagrams, Delau…
For questions about defining recursive functions, recursive algorithms and solving recursive equations.
Questions about the generation and use of compiled functions using Compile.
Questions on legends, figures (usually insets) that indicate what those lines/bars/points in plots refer to, using arrangements of graphic elements and text, whether manually or using built-in functio…
Questions related to the application of Mathematica to problems in physics.
Questions on filtering or selecting data based on certain criteria. This is to be used with primary tags such as list-manipulation, string-manipulation or signal-processing, with the primary tag indic…
Questions on the Dataset data type and related functionality introduced in version 10. Do not use for questions on data in more generic list format or data-manipulation questions generally.
Questions on the basic structure of the Mathematica language (Wolfram language) including atomic data types, syntax etc
the study of the visual representation of data, meaning "information that has been abstracted in some schematic form, including attributes or variables for the units of informati…
The art of manipulating an algebraic expression into the desired form.
Mathematical vectors, operations on vectors and vectorized programming.
Questions on the discrete and continuous Fourier analysis functions of Mathematica, as well as the FourierSeries` package.
Since version 7, Mathematica includes gigabytes of curated data relevant to many different fields, including physics, chemistry, graph theory, finance, geography and many more.
Questions about machine learning functionality of Mathematica, for instance involving, but not restricted to, Predict, Classify, FindClusters and the various regression functions.