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Instruction Manual Manual No. 012-08107 DataStudio Starter Manual Manual No. 012-08107
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MT174 Manual No. 012-08107 DataStudio Starter Manual 3 Introduction What is DataStudio? DataStudio is a data acquisition, display and analysis program. The software works with PASCO interfaces and sensors to collect and analyze data. You can use DataStudio to create and perform experiments in General Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics for all grade levels. Interfaces Depending on the type of computer, the following interfaces are recommended: DataStudio Requirements To use DataStudio, you need at least the following requirements: Macintosh - System 7.5 or higher, Free RAM: 8 Mb (16 Mb preferred), Serial, SCSI, or USB port, CD-ROM drive, 20 MB Free Hard disk space. Windows - Windows 95, 98 or NT 4.0, Free RAM: 8 Mb (16 Mb preferred), Serial, SCSI, or USB port, CD-ROM drive, 20 MB Free Hard disk space. Using DataStudio DataStudio collects and displays data during the experiment. Setting up an experiment is a simple matter of plugging sensors into the interface and configuring the software. DataStudio has many ways to view data, including a digit display, meter, graph, and an oscilloscope. There are several ways to use DataStudio: 1. Open a pre-configured experiment. 2. Open a pre-designed workbook. 3. Create an electronic workbook or configure an experiment. SCSI/serial port computers ScienceWorkshop interfaces USB-enabled computers PASPORT USB Link or Xplorer
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