Fathom Dynamic Data 2.4 數據分析軟體
- Fathom Dynamic Data 2.4 數據分析軟體
介紹Fathom is dynamic software that’s fun and effective for teaching data analysis and statistics. It’s also a powerful tool for high school students to use for modeling with mathematics, as required by the Common Core State Standards.
Windows users will need to have Microsoft’s .Net Framework installed. Fathom requires .Net Framework 2.0 or above. It can be downloaded for free from Microsoft.
Fathom will not run in Windows Vista.
* Users of Windows RT 8 will not be able to install Fathom as that version of Windows 8 requires software to be downloaded from the Windows Store. Fathom is not available in the Windows Store.
** Fathom will not run on macOS 10.15 or above. Some users running version 10.6.8, 10.12, and 10.13 of macOS have not been able to activate Fathom. If you encounter this issue, please send an email to support.
Fathom Dynamic Data 數據分析軟體
Fathom lets you quickly represent data in a variety of graphs, including bar charts, scatter plots, function plots, histograms and more.
Fathom gives you the tools to build simulations that illuminate concepts of probability and statistics.
Plot Values & Functions
In Fathom, you can plot values and functions on top of bivariate data and vary them dynamically with sliders to show the effects of variables.
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