How to | Find Related Functions

When working in the Wolfram Language, you will often find it useful to view groups of functions that relate to a specific subject area or set of tasks. The Documentation Center includes guide pages and the function navigator for this purpose.

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There are many ways to access information about related functions in the Documentation Center. One way is to select Help Documentation Center:

Each function page ends with a section of links to related material in the Documentation Center.

The See Also section lists links to functions that are related to the current function being viewed (in this case Join):

The Tutorials section lists links to the Wolfram Language tutorials on functionality related to the current function:

The Related Guides section lists links to the Wolfram Language guide pages on related subjects:

Dropdown menus containing these links can also be found in the upper-right corner of a function page:

These sections can also be found on most pages in the Wolfram Documentation Center, not just on function pages.


Guide pages contain links to function pages that share some common functionality. Click here to view the List Manipulation guide page (doing so will navigate away from this page). Much like function pages, guide pages also contain links to related tutorials and guides near the bottom of each page.

If you search the Wolfram Documentation Center, guide pages are indicated with an orange icon next to the search result. Here, the List Manipulation guide page is shown in a search result:

To browse guide pages by functional category, simply use the Documentation Center home page. Clicking a category on the home page will drop down a list containing a few guide pages that belong in that category. Here, the Data Manipulation category was clicked: