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.
for recommendations related to online and desktop based password managers, password storage and password generators.
the process of transforming still images into a series of images that resemble a movement. Tools that enable you to create or modify animations should use this tag. Tools that show animat…
Software to compare any two or more data sets. Data sets may be text, lists of files/folders, CSV data, XML data, binary data, or any other structured or non-structured form of data.
when you're looking for a recommendation that has anything to do with a mouse
Converting different media formats amongst each others. For (office) documents, please use the 'document-converter' tag instead.
when asking a question related to remote desktop software and remote desktop sharing.
a method of research consisting of a series of questions in order to gather data from participants.
tools to analyze source code (or sometimes binary code): code metrics, static analysis, test coverage, etc.
The process of coordinating and validating a sequence of manual tasks.
an open-source web application framework maintained by Google and by a community of individual developers and corporations to address many of the challenges encountered in developing sing…
Software that involves printing data onto either physical or virtual media
when seeking recommendations for window managers. Window managers are software that manages the appearance and placement of windows within a desktop environment.
Using a keyboard key or combination of keys to quickly perform an action.
What You Get. Use this tag if you're looking for an application which shows you instantly the result while you're editing the contents or code.
Any question regarding machine learning should have this tag. Learning from data is mainly used for prediction, classification, regression, clustering, decision making.
a part of memory where you can place content into. Adding the next element usually removes the previous.