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Transcript: More Chart Reading Projection Latitude/Longitude Units of lat/long Format for writing lat/long Depths Compass rose Units of direction Expression of direction True direction Magnetic direction Variation Rate of Change *What is the location of junction buoy (Fl(2+1))? Write this down as your first waypoint in a list, following standard format. What is the direction (T) from the junction buoy to your next waypoint, from which it is safe to run directly to Dofflemyer Pt.? Now, take into account magnetic variation. You can figure this two ways: use the compass rose OR use addition (or subtraction) based on the information in the center of the compass rose. Which compass rose should you use? You have started recording your course for leaving Olympia! C: Natural Features E: Landmarks H: Tides & Currents I: Depths J: Nature of the Seabed K: Rocks, Wrecks, Obstructions M: Tracks, Routes *What are the following objects or features: 1) 47°05.52'N 122° 55.2'W 2) 47°05.51'N 122°55.5'W 3) 47°08.43'N 122°54.43'W 4) 47°09.75'N 122°55.25'W 5) 47°09.73'N 122°52.82'W Nav Aids Charts & Charting Chart Reading Scale & some numbers to remember: Nautical Miles (NM)= 1.15 statute miles 6076 ft. (6000 for estimating) 1 minute of arc along a meridian OR 1 minute of arc along the equator 1 knot (kt.) = 1 NM/hour Fathom = 6 feet Using: *What is the scale on 18456 (online) & 18448 (paper) expressed as "1:a big number". *Find the junction buoy (Fl (2+1) G) in Budd Inlet on chart #18456. Then, on chart 18448, measure the distance to Dofflemeyer Point, using measurement given at the bottom of the chart *At 6 kts how long will it take to traverse that distance? *Can it be safely run in a straight line? Chart # 1 cont'd P: Lights Q: Buoys, Beacons Appendix 1: Buoyage Systems Describe the lights and buoys you identified earlier GPS apps & software: many, many, some free raster versus vector: Chart Symbols Continue a list of legs from Olympia to Port Blakely at the northern end of chart 18448 (our first day!): 1) Name each waypoint (the places where we change course) along the way 2) Provide lat/long 3) Provide T and M course between each waypoint 4) Provide distance in NM between each waypoint 5) Provide estimated time to travel, given 6 kts. Charting Our Course Chart Types & Sources


Transcript: Vector Graphics use lines and curves they are made using mathematical formulas made up of dots created by filling in squares on a grahp paper use hyperlinks to link words to the web make a mobile page for mobile devices format your pages so they can be printed use proper English or whatever language you are writing it in Charts it is a way to store data and information on more than one concept at a time it makes storing and retrieving data and information easier example: course table keeps track of courses taken and marks To add a chart on Microsoft Excel, select the data, and click on the "Insert" menu Word Menu Functions the word insert menu allows you to add: tables and charts WordArt pictures hyperlinks headers (at top and bottom of page) shapes (arrows, lines and boxes) Forms in Access Bitmap Graphics Exiting Assignment Motion tween draw object you are animating click a frame on a timeline and click F5 right click the last frame and select "create motion tween" click the last frame and press F6 while the last frame is selected move the object to the end point Then select the type of chart that will work best for the data you have collected =SUM - adds all the selected numbers =AVERAGE - averages all selected numbers =MAX - finds the largest number =MIN - finds the smallest number Common Functions on Excel Relational Databases in Access How to Set Up a Function forms are a place to enter data it is connected to a table the data entered in the form goes into the table to create a new form, you must select the table you want the information to come from, then select create form. Web Design Method 1: type the functions & arguments example : = SUM(A6:A10) Method 2: click insert on menu then function provides a wizard to help you choose the correct function Method 3: Use AutoSum button Works fast, but gives you less functions to choose from Animations


Transcript: 2. Choose Insert . Charts, and then select the arrow beneath the chart style you want: Excel can create many different chart types which compare data in different manners. 2. Choose Chart Tools>Design>Type>Change Charge Type. The change charge type dialog box appears. ADJUSTING THE CHART LOCATION 1. Click on anywhere on the chart you want to change. 2010 CHART TYPES: Press F11 to open a new sheet called Chart1 to your workbook with the data plotted into a column chart. Each subsequent chart page is numbered sequentially such as Chart2, Chart3, and so forth. b. Bar -Like column charts, it compares values to categories, but use a series of horizontal bars to illustrate the series. 5. The More Legend Options box offers the same type of formatting options as the Chart Title. Choose any desired options. Click OK. f. X-Y Scatter -This includes two values axes, one showing a set of numerical data along the x-axis and the other showing data along the y-axis. e. Area -This displays the trend of each value, usually over a specified period of time. h. Doughnut -This displays data similarly to a pie chart; it compares parts to a whole, but contains multiple series. 2001 j. Radar -This displays changes in values relative to a center point by comparing the cumulative values of multiple data series. Rule 3 Blank rows and columns in your information are not changed. 4. Click Chart Tools>Layout>Labels>Legend>More Legend Options. INSERTING A CHART k. Bubble -This is similar to scatter charts, but it compares three sets of values by displaying a series of circles. are graphical figures of data in worksheet. this can then be moved, resized, and deleted without affecting your data. it do not appear within a specific cell, but ratherappear over other cells. CREATING A BASIC CHART Rule 6 If the data contains an equal number of rows and columns, the data will be plotted by rows by default. You will then have the option to plot by columns. 3. Select a location: Rule 4 If the data contains more arrows than columns, the data will be plotted by column. The first column becomes the x-axis labels; the balance of the columns are the data series. The first row becomes the legends labels. g. Surface -This shows trends in values in a continuous curve. a. New Sheet creates a new worksheet and places the chart on the sheet. 3. Select the different chart type and subtype you want. Rule 1: *A chart title is automatically added to your chart based on the first row of selected information. The chart title, however, can be added anytime you want. CUSTOMIZING THE CHART LEGEND 2. Click Chart Tools>Layout>Labels>Legends. i. Stock -This is usually used to illustrate the fluctuation of stock prizes. In a stock chart, the data order is very important and usually the row headings are High, Low, and Close; or Open, High, Low, and Close. 2004 2. On the Design tab, choose Location Move Chart. The Move Chart dialog box appears. Select the data (sequential or (nonsequential) you want to plot in the chart. 1. Select the chart by clicking on it, whether it appears on its own sheet or on data worksheet. A Chart Tools tab with three sub tabs appears. 4. Click OK. The existing chart is then modified. c. Line -Similar to bar charts but use dots to represent the data points and lines to connect the data points. 2013 Rule 5 If the data contains more columns than rows, the data by will be plotted by row. The first row becomes the x- axis labels; the balance of the rows are the data series. The first column becomes the legend's table. 1998 3. Select a placement for the legend or click None to turn off the chart legend. b. Object in moves the chart to an existing sheet in the workbook. Click the drop-down arrow to select the worksheet to which you want to move the chart. Rule 7 If only numeric data is selected, rules 4 and 5 are followed. CHANGING THE CHART TYPE 1. Select the data you want to plot in the chart. a. Column - it starts and compare values to categories using a series of vertical columns to illustrate the series. d. Pie - This chart compares parts to a whole. Usually a pie chart only has one data series. 3. Choose a chart subtype. Depending on the chart type, some chart subtypes show the data series next to each other; others show the data elements stacked on top of each other. Some charts are two-dimensional, and others are three-dimensional. Excel creates the chart in the worksheet where your data are entered. Rule 2 A chart subtitle is not automatically added to your chart based on the second row of selection information. A subtitle can be added after a chart is created. RULES ON MAKING CHARTS 1. Click anywhere on the chart that you want to move. CHARTS l. Cylinder, Cone, and Pyramid -This is used to create a column or bar chart using three-dimensional cylindrical, conical, or pyramid shapes.

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