Kvartil kommando

Oda_Kleppen shared this problem 5 months ago
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Hvordan finner jeg kvartil i geogebra 6, i de tidligere versjonene var det Q1 ovs med det funker ikke i den nye versjonen.

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indeed, when I type the command e.g. Q1(A1:C6) in Classic5 it calculates the first Quartile.

If I copy the same command (and the same data in the referring cells) the brackets disappear and the result is a list with question marks

chris

983c207ebe72c908187af234802bc253

2c729dad7e763df9340b150cbd427af6

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Is cell Q1 defined to be anything? Does deleting it help?

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Yes, somehow Q1 has got defined as

<command name="Q1">
<input a0="A1:C6"/>
but I can't see how that happened. Any ideas what you did exactly?

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Also it works with the old square brackets:

Q1[A1:A6]

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try this:

  1. type Q1 (A1:C6) ( a blank after Q1)
  2. test Q1 command
  3. go to Q1 cell
  4. delete Q1 cell
  5. test Q1 command

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Thank you for the respond, but I use the Geogebra Classic 6, and the Q commando do not work.

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type Q1 (A1:C6) ( a blank after Q1)
In GeoGebra <space> means multiply so that's expected

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yo ya sé eso

el caso es que borrando Q1 vuelve a funcionar. lo otro era para imaginar qué ocurrió erróneo

en version 5 ocurre lo mismo

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Lagde en liste i regneark, valgte analyse av variabler, vis statistikk.

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I repeat: go to Q1 cell, then delete it

warning: do a backup of file for reproduce next commands

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