Posts tagged with: GA

Graphical Analysis 4 data files can be saved from within the application as files with an .ambl extension. To do this, choose Save from the......
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Graphical Analysis version 2.7 includes features that require Chrome OS version 44, or newer. Similarly, if used in a Chrome browser on a computer, version......
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Many teachers are accustomed to opening experiment files in Logger Pro to set up for an experiment. For that reason, you may look for experiment......
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Graphical Analysis GW for iOS supports      NODE platform sensors      THERMA module      CLIMA modules Graphical Analysis 4 (v4.5 or newer) does not support NODE sensors iOS......
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If you have a classroom set of Go Wireless Devices it can be hard to tell one from another because they are all identical in......
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There are two applications with similar names available for iOS, iPadOS and Android devices. Graphical Analysis (without the GW) is the newer application, and is......
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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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On a Chromebook, the location for saving files is up to the user. In the same dialog where a file name is assigned, you can......
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Graphical Analysis 4 on Android requires at least Android OS 6.01, and the Android System Webview must also be up to date. These are updated......
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