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# Nspire--iPad App Tutorial--Scatterplots

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### Nspire--iPad App Tutorial--Scatterplots

1. 1. TI-Nspire App Tutorial Scatterplots
2. 2. Summary • In this tutorial, you’ll be exploring how to construct a Scatterplot. The steps in the tutorial include: – Creating a Spreadsheet Window. – Inputting the Scatterplot data into the spreadsheet. – Creating a Graph Window. – Linking the data to the Scatterplot.
3. 3. Create a Spreadsheet Window Click on the +tool to activate this menu.
4. 4. Input the Scatterplot Data The first thing to do is add column headings for your Scatterplot data.
5. 5. Input the Scatterplot Data Highlight the cell above column A and add the column heading “x”. Press Enter.
6. 6. Input the Scatterplot Data Repeat with Column B. Add the “y” column heading. Press Enter.
7. 7. Input the Scatterplot Data Input the data in Column A. Press Enter after each entry.
8. 8. Input the Scatterplot Data Repeat with the data for Column B.
9. 9. Create a Graph Window The next step is to create a Graph Window that will display the Spreadsheet data. Press the + button and select Graphs.
10. 10. Create a Graph Window By default the Function Entry line is active. You need to change the Graph window to display Scatterplots.
11. 11. Configure for a Scatterplot Select Graph Entry/Edit > Scatter Plot.
12. 12. Link the Spreadsheet Data This is the Scatterplot entry line. You now want to link the Spreadsheet column headings to x and y.
13. 13. Link the Spreadsheet Data Input x as shown. Then press the Down arrow to go to the y entry line.
14. 14. Link the Spreadsheet Data Input y as shown. Press Enter.
15. 15. Graph the Scatter Plot You should now see the graph of the Spreadsheet data as a Scatterplot.