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If you click on the blue In[1]:= on the web documentation page you should get a pop-up containing the code for it, as well as a short URL that links to the source. For your section I get http://wolfram.com/xid/0i1lib1d8-vcqdub which when followed redirects to http://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Classify.html#1273900033


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Seeking the original for context I conclude: It seems to me a fairly tasteful photograph. There is similar nudity in many pieces of classical artwork that ostensibly have broad appeal. Not only is the cropped headshot only that but it does not allude to anything that a "reasonable observer" would find despicable, in my opinion. ExampleData[{"TestImage", "...


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Community ♦ , which is a background process, automatically assigns every new post (questions and answers) a "score" based on some heuristics and if found to be low, it places the post in this review queue. Some of the reasons a post can end up in this queue are: Low character count that's probably just above the bare minimum of 30 (example 1). Often times, ...


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First of all, I see @Lightness Races in Orbit's point. (If you don't, imagine you're the only male person in e.g. a painting class, so you feel somewhat isolated and awkward anyway, when you find out what you'll be painting is a nude shot of Burt Reynolds. Wearing a feather boa ;-) You probably wouldn't complain, but you might not feel more welcome, either.) ...


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Ignore this and see Mr. Wizard's answer instead. I am not aware of any ways to link to subsection in the symbol documentation pages. You could refer to a subsection as Classify documentation page -> Options -> Feature Types -> In[3] There is a userscript that automatically inserts the documentation page link for a given symbol, but it is only for your ...


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