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GeodesyData   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GeodesyData["name", " property"] gives the value of the specified property for a named geodetic datum or reference ellipsoid.GeodesyData[{a, b}, " property"] gives the value ...
Binary Files   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Functions like Read and Write handle ordinary printable text. But in dealing with external data files or devices it is sometimes necessary to go to a lower level, and work ...
Building on Mathematica's unique base of visualization and graphics capabilities, Mathematica 7 adds several important new areas. Emphasizing integration and automation, ...
ImagePerspectiveTransformation   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImagePerspectiveTransformation[image, m] applies a linear fractional transform specified by a matrix m to the positions of each pixel in ...
International Messages   (Mathematica Tutorial)
The standard set of messages for built-in Mathematica functions are written in American English. In some versions of Mathematica, messages are also available in other ...
MorphologicalTransform   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
MorphologicalTransform[image, f] applies the function f to the 3*3 neighborhood of each pixel in a binary image image.MorphologicalTransform[image, rule] applies a ...
Files for Packages   (Mathematica Tutorial)
When you create or use Mathematica packages, you will often want to refer to files in a system-independent way. You can use contexts to do this. The basic idea is that on ...
Graphics`Shapes`   (Mathematica Compatibility Information)
The functionality of RotateShape, TranslateShape, and AffineShape is provided by the newly added kernel functions Rotate, Translate, Scale and GeometricTransformation. ...
GeoGridPosition   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GeoGridPosition[{x, y, z}, projection] represents a point {x, y, z} in a planimetric cartographic grid using the specified projection.
GeoPosition   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GeoPosition[{\[Phi], \[Lambda]}] represents a geodetic position with latitude \[Phi] and longitude \[Lambda].GeoPosition[{\[Phi], \[Lambda], h}] represents a geodetic ...
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