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  • ## Scope
  • **Please** edit this; I am not a mathematician and am deriving this from activity on this proposal.
  • Scope for this site would include:
  • - all branches of theoretical and applied math: algebra, category theory, arithmetic and number theory, combinatorics, topology, measure theory and probability, calculus and analysis, statistics, complexity theory, automata theory, etc.
  • - closely-adjacent sciences where the central question is about the math (e.g. "help me with this calculus to solve this physics problem" should be fine, but not "which equation should I use for this physics problem")
  • - math tools (e.g. software packages) if the question is about the math (e.g. "what's the difference between these two R packages' implementations of Student's _t_ test" and not "what's the difference between these two R packages' implementations of text justification")
  • ## Scope
  • **Please** edit this; I am not a mathematician and am deriving this from activity on this proposal.
  • Scope for this site would include:
  • - theoretical math, algebra, category theory, combinatorics, topology, etc
  • - applied math, including closely-adjacent sciences where the central question is about the math (e.g. "help me with this calculus to solve this physics problem" should be fine, but not "which equation should I use for this physics problem")
  • - probability and statistics
  • - math-specific tools (e.g. software packages)

Suggested almost 4 years ago by Technically Natural‭