Posts tagged with: Chromebook

When attempting to calibrate a Go Direct SpectroVis Plus connected by bluetooth with Spectral Analysis 4.8.3 to a chromebook running Chrome OS 79, calibrate may......
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Yes, you can do Graph Matching with Graphical Analysis 4. A motion detector must be connected to Graphical Analysis in order for this option to......
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Yes.The will work via USB with the Spectral Analysis 4 app. You will need to download the free Spectral Analysis 4 app from the Chrome......
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Most of our products now work with Graphical Analysis. A full guide is available at: Many teachers are faced with the decision of using laptops......
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The following digital imagers and digital microscopes that Vernier sells can be used with a Chromebook: The native Camera app on Chrome OS may or......
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Data can be moved most easily from LabQuest 2 to a Chromebook via Wi-Fi. Instructions can be found in . However, without Wi-Fi available, there......
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Tablet and Mobile Device Support for Go Wireless Sensors FAQs Q: Can I use Go Wireless sensors with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch? A:......
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Graphical Analysis 4 includes an export function, located on the file menu (top left icon in the application). One of the export options is Graph......
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As of fall 2017, Google no longer supports Chrome Apps running via the Chrome browser on Windows or macOS computers. In order to use Graphical......
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If you start data collection, Graphical Analysis 4 is expected to continue to collect data, even if the power management settings are set to turn......
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