When posting my first question, I noticed the schematics (plural) and schematic (singular) tags both exist. I propose setting schematic to be a synonym of schematics.
- 1356 questions have only schematics
- 45 questions have only schematic
- 2 questions have both tags
Concerning singular/plural; I cannot find a Stack Exchange consensus on which is best. Sometimes both are required, e.g. window and windows are very completely different things and should remain different tags. On Electrical Engineering specifically, I found the same lack of consensus with plural synonyms winning in some cases like batteries and resistors, but singular synonyms winning in cases like connector and timer.
schematicisn't essential, but if you are referring to the device, it should be the possessive
device's. This is my opinion, there may be a real grammatical rule to follow! :) \$\endgroup\$
here are the schematicseven if it is just one page. I apologise for the lack of formal grammar! \$\endgroup\$
field schematics. No possessive and no singular. I think grammar rules allow either way depending on what exactly you're trying to communicate. I suggested the plural tag because of tags like [circuits] and [resistors], and [units], but it appears plenty of singular tags exist as well like [connector], [led], and [pcb] \$\endgroup\$