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9:19 AM
Of the 1573 questions tagged , 573 are missing a top-level tag.
I understand that this should be judged on case-by-case bases, but which tag would be typically a top-level tag for questions from measure theory?
I see that the tag-excerpt for explicitly mentions measure theory:
> Banach spaces, function spaces, real functions, integral transforms, theory of distributions, measure theory.
Also it seems natural to expect that many question about measure theory can have some overlap with probability.
Indeed, the top-level tags which are at the moment used most frequently with are pr.probability (408 questions) and fa.functional-analysis (338 questions).
 
 
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11:32 AM
> Since it's hidden deeply in a long thread, it's not likely to be discussed by many people there.
Help cleanup tags! has 14 answers (not counting the deleted ones). Tag management 2018 on Mathematics has 21 answers (and none deleted).
 
 
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10:42 PM
Nov 27 '18 at 8:16, by Martin Sleziak
There is 98046 questions in total, 76289 questions which have at least one top-level tag, 81044 questions if we count also (linear-algebra), (graph-theory) and (set-theory).
Nov 27 '18 at 8:16, by Martin Sleziak
So 22.19% of questions have no top-level tag, and it is 17.34% of questions if we take the less-strict interpretation.
 
11:02 PM
At the moment there 99695 questions, 77564 questions have top-level tag, 82380 questions if we include also (linear-algebra), (graph-theory) and (set-theory).
So 22.20% of questions have no top-level tag, and it is 17.37% of questions if we take the less-strict interpretation.
Here are the links which I used to get the above numbers: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/10243/2018/10/27
 

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