SMART Notebook 10 for Windows Operating Systems
You can insert a Cartesian graph or quadrant graph into a page or generate a graph from an equation or a table of values. After you insert the graph, you can customize the title of the graph and edit the start point, end point, labels and grid lines of its axes. You can also add a line of best fit based on the points in the graph.
NOTE: You can also manipulate a graph's position, size and rotation.
A selection rectangle appears around the graph.
If no icons appear below the graph, press the two downward arrows in the graph's bottom right corner.
Eight icons appear below the graph.
Press Show/Hide Lines to display horizontal and vertical lines on the graph. Press again to remove them.
Press Show/Hide Point Labels to display point labels. Press again to remove them.
Press Show/Hide Line of Best Fit to display a line of best fit, based on the points you add to the graph. Press again to remove it.
Press Show/Hide Numbers to display numbers on the axes. Press again to remove them.
Press Show/Hide X/Y Labels and Title to display labels on the axes and a title above the graph. Press again to remove them.
A selection rectangle appears around the graph.
Press the graph's menu arrow, and then select Properties.
If you want to include a label above the graph, type a Title.
To display numbers on the axes, select Show Numbers or clear this check box to remove them.
To display vertical lines, select Vertical Lines or clear this check box to remove them.
To display horizontal lines, select Horizontal Lines or clear this check box to remove them.
To display point labels, select Show Point Labels or clear this check box to remove them.
To change the labels on the axes, the range of the axes or the increments of the numbers on the axes, type new values for the Label, Start, End and Step.