—Names whatever is selected. This item appears only when you start entering content or after you tap
—Forces what you are about to enter to be evaluated by the CAS. For example, S.23t2 yields 11.5
normally, but if you precede the calculation by tapping
evaluation by tapping
—Displays an input form, where you can specify the cell you want to jump to.
—Sets the calculator into select mode so that you can easily select a block of cells using the cursor keys. It
to enable you to deselect cells. (You can also press, hold, and drag to select a block of cells.)
—Sets the direction the cursor moves after content has been entered in a cell.
—Displays the contents of the selected cell in full-screen view (and in textbook format).
—Displays a menu, where you can choose a column to sort (with a further option to sort in ascending or
descending order). It appears only after you have selected the cells to sort.
—Displays a menu of formatting options for the selected cell, row, column,
or entire spreadsheet. The formatting options are as follows:
- Name—Displays an input form, where you can give a name to whatever is
- Number Format—Auto, Standard, Fixed, Scientific, or Engineering
- Font Size—Auto or from 10 to 22 points
- Color—Color for the content (text, number, etc.) in the selected cells; the
gray-dotted option represents Auto
- Fill—Background color that fills the selected cells; the gray-dotted option
—Horizontal alignment—Auto, Left, Center, Right
- Align —Vertical alignment—Auto, Top, Center, Bottom
—Displays an input form, where you can specify the required width of the selected columns; only
available if you have selected the entire spreadsheet or one or more entire columns
- Row —Displays an input form, where you can specify the required height of the selected rows; only available if you
have selected the entire spreadsheet or one or more entire rows
- show "—Show quote marks around strings in the body of the spreadsheet—Auto, Yes, No
- Textbook—Display formulas in textbook format—Auto, Yes, No
- Caching—Turn this option on to speed up calculations in spreadsheets with many formulas; only available if you have
selected the entire spreadsheet
Statistics 1Var app
The Statistics 1Var app is designed for the study of univariate statistics. It provides tools for entering numeric data,
calculating 1-variable summary statistics, and plotting 1-variable statistical graphs. The app can exchange data with the
Statistics 2Var app and the Spreadsheet app (explained in the user guide). It can also receive data from the DataStreamer
app and pass summary statistics directly to the Inference app (where you can calculate confidence intervals and test
hypotheses). To open the Statistics 1 Var app, press ! and select Statistics 1Var. The app opens in Numeric view.
Quick Start Guide
. These menu items appear only when you start entering content or after tapping
, the result displayed is 23/2. You can revert to non-CAS