# HP Prime Graphing Calculator Quick Start Manual Page 34

Numeric view The Numeric view provides a table with up to ten columns for data,
named D1 through D9 and D0. The menu items are as follows:
—Activates the entry line, where you can add a value or change the
selected value.
- Insert
• Row—Inserts a new row in the current list. The new row contains 0 as its
element.
- Delete
• Column—Deletes the contents of the current list. To delete a single element, select it and then press \.
- Select
• Row—Selects the current row. After it is selected, the row can be copied.
• Column—Selects the current list. After it is selected, the list can be copied.
• Box—Opens a dialog box where you can select a rectangular array defined by a starting location and a final
location. You can also tap and hold a cell to select it as the starting location, and then drag your finger to select the
rectangular array of elements. After it is selected, the array can be copied.
• Swap Ends—Switches the values of the first and last cells in the selected rectangular array of cells.
- Selection—Turns selection mode on and off. You can also tap and hold on a cell and then drag your finger to select
multiple cells.
- Swap
• Column—Switches the contents of two columns (or lists).
—Moves the cursor to the specified element in the list. This is especially useful for long lists.
—Sorts the current column; you can choose ascending or descending order.
—Displays an input form, where you can enter a formula to generate a list
of values for a specified column. In the example at the right, 5 data points will be
placed in column D2. They will be generated by the expression X
comes from the set {1, 3, 5, 7, 9}. These are the values between 1 and 10 that differ
by 2. F is whatever value has been assigned to it elsewhere (such as in Home view).
If F happened to be 5, column D2 is populated with {–4, 4, 20, 44, 76}.
—Provides summary statistics for the currently selected analyses defined
in Symbolic view. The statistics provided are n, Min, Q1, Med, Q3, Max, ΣX, ΣX
_
x
, sX, σX, serrX, and ssX.
Symbolic view Press @ to display the Symbolic view. You can define up to five
1-variable analyses (H1–H5), choosing for each analysis a data column and, optionally,
a frequency column. For the data column, you can enter either the name of a column
(D0–D9) or a mathematical expression involving the name of a column (for example,
D1*9.8). There is also a Plot field for each analysis. This is where you choose the
graphical representation most fitting for your purposes. The menu items, which change
according to the field selected, are as follows:
—Activates the entry line so that you can add a value or change the
selected value
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– F where X
2
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