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Create User-Named Data Lists on the TI-83 Plus

You can use the TI-83 Plus graphing calculator to create user-named data lists. To name a data list in the Stat List editor, follow these steps:

  1. If necessary, press [STAT][1] to enter the Stat List editor.

  2. Use the

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    keys to place the cursor on the column heading where you want your user-named list to appear.

    Your user-named list is created in a new column that appears to the left of the column highlighted by the cursor.

  3. Press [2nd][DEL] to insert the new column.

  4. Enter the name of your data list and press [ENTER].

    The name you give your data list can consist of one to five characters that must be letters, numbers, or the Greek letter

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    The first character in the name must be a letter or

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    The A after Name = indicates that the calculator is in Alpha mode. In this mode, when you press a key you enter the green letter above the key. To enter a number, exit the mode by pressing [ALPHA] again and then enter the number. To enter a letter after entering a number, you must press [ALPHA] to put the calculator back in Alpha mode.

    Press [ENTER] when you’re finished entering the name.

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If the name you give your data list is the name of a data list stored in memory, then after entering that name and pressing [ENTER], the data in the list stored in memory will be automatically entered in the Stat List editor.

After you have named your data list, you can press

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and start entering your data. Or, if appropriate, you can use a formula to generate the data. And if the data you want to put in the newly named list is in another column of the Stat List editor — or in a list stored in memory under another name — you can paste that data into your newly named list.

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