Commons:Categories for discussion/2011/12/Category:Functions in economics
"Functions in economics" is an entirely meaningless description. Every and all economic diagram (existing, maintained category at Category:Economic diagrams) can be described using mathematical functions. Indeed, the functions are entirely tangential to the point of having a diagram in the first place; if you just used functions, there would be no need for a diagram. In other words, the diagrams do not illustrate functions; the functions and diagrams both describe the same thing.
Therefore, suggest upmerge to Category:Economic diagrams. I will personally then go through and recategorise into appropriate subcats where appropriate. Regards, Jarry1250 (talk) 11:15, 5 December 2011 (UTC)
- I stopped categorizing economic stuff by diagram, chart, or graph. I don't waste time on that. So I support deleting this function category. I prefer to categorize by the topic of the diagram, chart, or graph. Usually as a subcategory of Category:Economic statistics. The rest that don't fit there I let others deal with. So I guess putting them in Category:Economic diagrams is fine for now. --Timeshifter (talk) 22:42, 5 December 2011 (UTC)