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You can export a data file from Video Physics and import it into Logger Pro 3 on your computer for further analysis. To import it......
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In late November of 2018, Vernier Video Physics for iOS was updated to make it possible to export data to our Graphical Analysis 4 app.......
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In mid-2018, something changed in Google Maps that partially broke the Logger Pro export to Google Map feature. Lines connecting locations can still be mapped,......
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To import data collected with Vernier data-collection technology into esri apps such as ArcGIS Online, it is necessary to prepare the data in the following......
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There are two ways to get your data into a spreadsheet. Method 1 Copy and paste the data: 1. Select the data in the Logger......
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Yes, Vernier Data Share 1.1 and later allow you to download a CSV file of the data in the current session. Tap the Download button......
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With Vernier Video Physics, it is possible to download and upload video via Dropbox. This requires the Dropbox app and an account from http://www.dropbox.com Downloading......
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Once data has been exported as a .csv or .txt file, the data can no longer be opened using the LabQuest App. To view the......
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Video Physics has several privacy controls which can be accessed in Settings. Allowing permission for each of these settings enables Video Physics to do the......
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Experiment files recorded on the LabQuest can be saved to a USB drive for transfer to Logger Pro. Follow these steps: 1) Record experiment data,......
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