I’m using aggregate to collect pendulum timing data from a class. Here are some questions I have:
How can display the data so that students can copy/paste the data for later use? Apparently, you can’t pull a desmos table or list INTO the paste buffer…
When I show two histograms of overlapping distributions on the same graph, the areas of overlap are hard to read. I want students to see both histograms distinctly and simultaneously. Is there a way to show the two “stacked” histograms- perhaps on one graph by shifting one vertically or reflecting it across the x-axis? Or perhaps in two resized graphing windows?
You can add the max value of one list to the other for its histogram, effectively shifting right by the max value. Here’s a sample. I added an additional unit to have a separation between the histograms. I also removed the x-axis labels in order to manually insert a set for each histogram.
You could display a histogram for list 1 and a histogram for the combined lists. There doesn’t seem to be a way to mess with the overlay or opacity, which I think would make it more like what you’re looking for.
You can get frequency counts like this, and then make your own histograms using something like in this thread: