# Video Tutorials

## By Feature

By Feature

This section looks at the different features of NZGrapher and how to use them. For written explanations of each of the graphs see the Graph Information page.

### Intro to NZGrapher

Intro to NZGrapher

### Pairs Plots

Pairs Plots

### Dot Plots

Dot Plots

### Scatter Graphs

Scatter Graphs

### Residuals Plot

Residuals Plot

### Bootstrap Confidence Intervals

Bootstrap Confidence Intervals

### Experimental Data

Experimental Data

Entering Experimental Data

Analysing Experimental Data

### Paired Experimental Data (Including Arrows Graphs)

Paired Experimental Data (Including Arrows Graphs)

### Time Series Graphs

Time Series Graphs

### Sampling a Dataset

Sampling a Dataset

### Adding a Custom Line

Adding a Custom Line

## By NCEA Standard

By NCEA Standard

This section looks at the different features needed needed by NCEA Standard

### 91035 (1.10) Multivariate Data

91035 (1.10) Multivariate Data

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### 91036 (1.11) Bivariate Data

91036 (1.11) Bivariate Data

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### 91264 (2.9) Statistical Inference

91264 (2.9) Statistical Inference

### 91265 (2.10) Statistical Experiments

91265 (2.10) Statistical Experiments

### 91580 (3.8) Time Series

91580 (3.8) Time Series

### 91581 (3.9) Bivariate Data

91581 (3.9) Bivariate Data

### 91582 (3.10) Statistical Inference

91582 (3.10) Statistical Inference

### 91583 (3.11) Conduct and Experiment

91583 (3.11) Conduct and Experiment

### 91168 (Physics 2.1) Carry out a practical physics investigation that leads to a non-linear mathematical relationship

91168 (Physics 2.1) Carry out a practical physics investigation that leads to a non-linear mathematical relationship

### 91521 (Physics 3.1) Carry out a practical investigation to test a physics theory relating two variables in a non-linear relationship

91521 (Physics 3.1) Carry out a practical investigation to test a physics theory relating two variables in a non-linear relationship