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Questions specific to usage of Mathematica on the macOS (formerly OS X) operating system.
Questions which deal with or solve for functions expressed in integral form, i.e., one or more unknown functions that appear under an integral sign.
Questions related to quantifying risk and the allocation of assets and liabilities over time under conditions varying uncertainty--including questions on the use of the built-in financial functions of…
For questions about the functionality related to permutations in Mathematica.
Questions on applying common nonlinear scalings to functions or data--useful for making sense of data which varies over a large range.
Questions on using or implementing more or less common data structures such as linked lists, structs, trees, tries, heaps etc. in Mathematica.
For questions about importing from or exporting to Microsoft Excel sheets, and interfacing to Microsoft Excel using COM or other methods.
used in Mathematica to organize defined symbols and avoid conflict between symbols that would otherwise have the same name. They are created when packages are loade…
mark questions that specifically target Linux related aspects of Mathematica usage. This includes, but is not restricted to, its file system, installation issues, fonts, and running extern…
Use this for questions about calling Wolfram Alpha from Mathematica. Questions about Wolfram Alpha itself are off-topic.
For questions on the use of machine-precision real numbers (also known as floats), the numbers that can be directly manipulated through the underlying numerical capabilities of your computer system.
Question relating numerical representations, operations and methods, including approximate results instead of exact symbolic results.
Questions on the spline-related functions of Mathematica (BezierCurve, BSplineCurve, etc.), or related to the theory and use of splines in Mathematica.
Questions about solutions and support for mathematical typesetting and layout, and the appearance of elements in input and output as displayed by the front-end.
Questions related to handling built-in symbols and functions, for example why they behave a certain (possibly unexpected) way.
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.
Questions about debugging techniques, using the built-in debugger, and/or the Wolfram Workbench debugger.
Questions on the use of Mathematica to analyze, design, and simulate continuous- and discrete-time control systems.
Abstract manipulation of symbols. Transforming an algebraic expression into the desired form.
Questions on the cluster analysis functions of Mathematica, including the Hierarchical Clustering Package.
Questions about interfacing Mathematica and Java, particularly using J/Link.
Questions about interpretation of numeric input or how Mathematica stores and manipulates numbers internally.
Questions about printing from Mathematica. Includes questions about scaling output, printing to PDF, specifying headers and footers and other layout elements, the printing environment style sheet vers…
Questions on building or modifying user-facing functionality for input, or displaying information.
Questions about shading, coloration, or highlighting of different regions in plots, charts, or mathematica graphics.
an integrated development environment, built on top of Eclipse, that is intended to be used for working with Mathematica and other Wolfram Research software.
Questions on using or implementing UI control elements that link a mouse click to a single action.
Questions related to creating Mathematica functionality inspired by MATLAB--a proprietary numerical computing environment developed by MathWorks. This includes data import/export and other interoperab…
Questions about Mathematica's procedural programming paradigm.
Wolfram LibraryLink provides a powerful way to connect external code to Mathematica, enabling high-speed and memory-efficient execution.
Questions on approximating functions (e.g. PadeApproximant), approximating integrals, working with approximate values (e.g. RootApproximant) etc.