## How do you connect points in Logger Pro?

Adding a legend opens a floating box holding a key to the plotted data. Select the Connecting Line option to connect data points with lines. Without this option selected individual data points are visible. When this option is selected a line is drawn from the horizontal axis to each data point, creating a bar graph.

How do you interpolate Logger Pro?

With Logger Pro open and the graph of the sample data that you previously created displayed, click ANALYZE on the menu bar and click “Interpolate” on the drop down menu. A vertical line will appear on your graph with a small circle where it crosses the line of best fit.

How do you use Logger Pro?

Remote Data You can use Logger Pro to set up the experiment, detach the device, collect data remotely, then reattach the device to the computer to retrieve the data. Select Remote→Setup from the Experiment menu to set up LabQuest, LabPro, Go! Motion or WDSS for remote data collection.

### What are max and min slopes?

It’s called the line of maximum slope. Since it has a positive slope, it will have a minimum y-intercept. This is the least steep line that crosses all of the error bars. It’s called the line of minimum slope.

How do you find the point of maximum slope?

Assuming that you have a function of a single valued function, y= f(x), the first thing you would do is take the derivative of y, y’= df/dx which gives the slope of the tangent line at any x. Then look for the maximum slope.

Functions. – Trigonometric functions will use degrees or radians as set in the Settings for (file name) in the File menu.

#### When was Logger Pro made?

1996
In 1996, Vernier developed Logger Pro, a general-purpose data collection and analysis computer program, which after many revisions is now called Logger Pro 3.

What is a vernier data logger?

The new Vernier LabQuest 3 is a powerful, advanced, easy-to-navigate and versatile datalogging solution for STEM students. It is a standalone data-collection platform that allows students to collect, analyze, graph and interact with data efficiently.

What can you do with Logger Pro?

Write labs in Logger Pro or export data to Word or Excel. Includes over 1,000 experiment files supported by our library of lab books. Develop your own experiment files to match your curriculum. Supports over 80 Vernier sensors for real-time graphing and analysis.

## Is the demo version of Logger Pro fully functioning?

The demo version of Logger Pro is fully functioning. The demo is version 3.16.1 and good for 30 days. Educational use only: Vernier products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical, or commercial applications.

Can I use Logger Pro with QuickTime for Windows?

To use Logger Pro 3.10.1 and older would require QuickTime for Windows, which is no longer supported and is a security risk. Video and image capture are not available on macOS using Logger Pro 3.16.

What version of Logger Pro do I need for video capture?

If you intend to use video capture and analysis features of Logger Pro on Windows, you are strongly encouraged to use Logger Pro 3.12 or newer. To use Logger Pro 3.10.1 and older would require QuickTime for Windows, which is no longer supported and is a security risk. Video and image capture are not available on macOS using Logger Pro 3.16.