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Vernier Expands Data-Logging Capabilities for Chromebooks

To address the extensive adoption and use of Chromebooks in classrooms, Vernier Software & Technology recently released its free Graphical Analysis™ app.
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To address the extensive adoption and use of Chromebooks in classrooms, Vernier Software & Technology recently released its free Graphical Analysis™ app.

Graphical Analysis for Chrome enables teachers and students to use a variety of Vernier sensors with Chromebooks as they perform investigations of science concepts. The app allows students to use the data in tables, to calculate statistics and to perform curve fits. Students can additionally create and send experiment results to teachers, save work to Google Drive™ or export data to Plotly™ for further study.

By spring of 2015, updates to the app will provide teachers and students with the ability to connect a Vernier Go!Temp®, Go!Motion® or Go!Link® to Chromebook’s USB port for data collection.

To learn more, visit www.vernier.com/ga-chrome.

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