Stat Plot Menu


To display statistical data first choose the Stat option from the main menu.
Press .



There are three separate plots avalable. To graph press , , or . To edit a plot press .


Use the and cursor keys to move between settings. Note that all settings might not be avalable for all types of plots.

StatGraph1/2/3 indicates the plot setting.

Graph type indicates how to plot the data.

Press for a scatter plot:



Press for an xy-line:



Press for a normal probability plot:



Press for a historogram:


The first bar and bar width are determined by start and pitch respectivly.


Press for a Median Box plot:



Press for a Mean Box plot:



Press for a Normal Distribution plot:



Press for a frequency line graph:


The first interval and the interval width are determined by start and pitch respectivly.


Set a plot to graph the regression equation of the data instead of the data itself by selecting a regression model. (Press or .)


XLixt indicates what list to use for the x coordinates of the data. Note that it must be the same length as YList.

YLixt indicates what list to use for the y coordinates of the data. Note that it must be the same length as XList.

Frequency indicates what list to use for the y coordinates of the data. Note that it must be either 1 or a list of the same length as XList and YList.

Mark Type indicates how to draw the data points: a small box, x, or dot.

Graph Color indicates the color of the plot.

Outliners, when on, draws all data that falls outside the box on a box plot.


Once the desired settings are selected, press , , or to draw GraphPlot 1, 2, or 3. The window is automatically scaled to fit the data.



While viewing the graph, choose a regression option with the menu keys and graph the regression function or copy it to the Equation Editor. To quit press .