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Click a menu option to view more details Starters Main Courses Desserts Click on the coffee cup to return when Navigating For Vocabulary Subject Related Content and tutorials For drill and practice applet

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Please make your choice from the following selections Click on the document below to see Essential vocabulary for unit 1

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Please make your choice from the following selections Graphing in Graphical Analysis/Logger Pro

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1. To begin click the problem button 2. When finished, hit solution to see the answer 3. Hit problem again to get a new problem 4. Hit the coffee cup to return to the previous menu ProblemSolution P = 2 (m) X 2 + 1 m^3 P(m^3) X(m) P(m^3) versus X(m)

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Adding a mathematical model Labeling your graph Additional Column and Graph Options

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Adding a title Labeling your axis and data sets

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Click here to begin

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First determine a mathematical model using graphical analysis/logger pro

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Swap your x and y variables in the math equation for their physics variables based on how you graphed your data.

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Adding titles to your graph

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Right click on your graph and choose Graph Options

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Adding titles to your graph Select the graph options tab

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Adding titles to your graph In the title box, type your graph title. Then select done to close the box

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Adding titles to your graph

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Using Graphical Analysis/Logger Pro Adding titles to your graph Click here to repeat the tutorial Click here to return to the Labeling your Graph Tutorial Menu Or click the mug to return to the main menu

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Labeling your axis and data sets

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Right Click on the data table and select Column Options

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Labeling your axis and data sets Choose Data Set X

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Labeling your axis and data sets Type in the variable name in the Name Box

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Labeling your axis and data sets Type the symbol in the Short Name Box

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Labeling your axis and data sets

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Type the unit in the unit box

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Labeling your axis and data sets Click done to finish

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Labeling your axis and data sets Repeat for the Y variable

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Labeling your axis and data sets

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Constant Velocity Position versus Time Graph Click here to repeat the tutorial Click here to return to the Labeling your Graph Tutorial Menu Or click the mug to return to the main menu

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Adding a mathematical Model

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First add a title and label your graph. See other tutorials for instructions

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Adding a mathematical Model

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Then select the analyze menu

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Adding a mathematical Model Choose curve fit

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Adding a mathematical Model Then check the graph type using your final packet page as a reference

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Adding a mathematical Model Then check the graph type using your final packet page as a reference

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Adding a mathematical Model This graph looks quadratic so select the quadratic option

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Adding a mathematical Model

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Then Select Try Fit

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Adding a mathematical Model If the projected black line is a good fit, select done. Otherwise choose another graph option until you get a good fit.

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Adding a mathematical Model

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The pop-up box contains your math fit.

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Adding a mathematical Model The pop-up box contains your math fit. This line contains the math equation Each of these represent a number term in the equation. So in the above equation the A is 1 The B is 0 And the C is 5 Note the scientific notation in the B term. It has E-015 next to the number. This means 3.37 x 10 -17 so it is an extremely small number so we can assume it is zero.

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Using Graphical Analysis/Logger Pro Adding a mathematical Model Click here to repeat the tutorial Or click the mug to return to the main menu

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Additional Graph and Column Options

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Graphical Analysis is a powerful graphing program with many advanced features besides just creating simple graphs and finding mathematical relationships. This tutorial will show you how to use some of the more advanced Graph and Columns options present in graphical Analysis. These features include: 1. How to add additional Columns that have values based on an equation 2. How to auto Fill a Column with generated values 3. How to control what is being graphed on a graph axis when I have more then 2 Columns in my data table. 4. How to add additional graphs 5. How to auto arrange my graphs so they have a clear layout.

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Additional Graph and Column Options To use Graphical Analysis to create a calculated Column select the Data Tab

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Additional Graph and Column Options Then Choose New Calculated Column

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Additional Graph and Column Options This will bring up a box similar to the Column Option box

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Additional Graph and Column Options Fill in your Name, Short Name, and Units just like before

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Additional Graph and Column Options Type your equation in the equation box

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Additional Graph and Column Options To add variables from other columns, select the variables(columns) button

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Additional Graph and Column Options When finished select done

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Additional Graph and Column Options Observe your new calculated column

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Additional Graph and Column Options To generate values to fill a column, you again select the column options menu

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Additional Graph and Column Options On the right hand side of the menu is a check box to generate values

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Additional Graph and Column Options Select the check box, then set up what values you want to add

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Additional Graph and Column Options Select done when finished

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Additional Graph and Column Options Observe that the X column now has generated values

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Additional Graph and Column Options To change what columns are being graphed, left click on the axes label

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Additional Graph and Column Options Then select the column that you want to appear on that axis

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Additional Graph and Column Options In this case I have plotted my calculated column versus my auto filled column

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Additional Graph and Column Options To add another graph, select the insert tab, then choose graph

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Additional Graph and Column Options

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To auto arrange your graphs, select the page tab and then select Auto Arrange

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Additional Graph and Column Options From here you can change what is plotted on the different graphs axis based on what you are graphing and working with.

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Using Graphical Analysis/Logger Pro Additional Graph and Column Options Click here to repeat the tutorial Or click the mug to return to the main menu

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If you have a y-intecept give it units of the y physics variable

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Either click here to repeat the tutorial or click the mug and return to the main menu

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