Posts tagged with: Graphical Analysis

macOS® 10.15 (also called Catalina) was released October 7, 2019. Logger Pro 3.15 runs partially; but all video functions, Vernier-branded spectrometers (all Spectrovis, Vernier Emissions......
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It is possible to download an older version of iOS apps from the App Store. To do this, you must have already purchased or downloaded......
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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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As schools move to new technology platforms, many teachers have asked us for advice on how to make the most cost effective use of probeware......
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You cannot change sensor readings taken in Graphical Analysis 4 or Spectral Analysis, but you can edit manual-entry data or columns of data typed in......
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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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Follow the steps below to calibrate a Go Wireless pH or Go Wireless electrode amplifier using Graphical Analysis GW. 1. Press the power button on......
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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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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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Here are some reasons Graphical Analysis could fail to connect to a Data Share source: 1) The Data Share source (LabQuest 2 or computer running......
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