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mu271314
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Hp prime Copy and pasting problems

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Does any one know why the HP prime copy and paste function does not work properly. For example when I copy and past form the spreadsheet to the statistics 1 var app nothing happens. Perhaps there is a work around that will allow me to avoid this problem or another firmware that I can download.

Please note that i am using Software version: 2015 6 17 (8151)
Hardware Version: A
CAS Version: 1.1.2-11
Operating System: 4CY35605VB

 

I don’t think I’m doing anything wrong, however I should point out that when I copy from statistic 1 or 2 Var apps and paste to the spreadsheet app that everything works fine. The problem persists when when I reverse the direction, and copy from the spreadsheet and paste to the statistics 1 or 2 Var apps. I should also note that this problem does not occur with the HP Prime emulator.

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Maké
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Hi!, mu271314:

 

I'm have a HP PRIME GRAPHING CALCULATOR, with same Software Version and run OK.

 

Try ...

In the Statistic 1Var, write your data, p.e.

D1              D2               D3

12                 9                  9

36                 9                  9

  2                 9                  6

Now, for copy you must, select with More, the option 3Select and 3Box

In Choose Prog Function, select Row's and Column, as ...

Row: 1                Column: 1

Row: 3                Column: 3

Press Ok. Now with arrow, select the box and press Shift+Copy

Now, with Esc, select Apps, Statistics 2Var and Start

In C1, put block and press Shift+Paste ... 1{{12,9,9},{36,9,9},{ > 

Press Ok and 1 Grid data

 

Note: You can see, with examples, from ... www-fourier.ujf-grenoble.fr/~parisse/calc/hprime.pdf

 

Kind Regards !.
Have a nice day !.
@Maké (Technical Advisor Premium - HP Program Top Contributor).
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Copy-Paste should work, however, I often find it easier to do something like the following from Home:

 

To Copy Spreadsheet A2 through A6 to Statistics 1Var column D1:

 

  Spreadsheet.A2:A6->Statistics_1Var.D1

 

 

To Copy Spreadsheet column A to Statistics 1Var column D2:

 

  Spreadsheet.A:A->Statistics_1Var.D2

 

 

Note that the "->" in the above examples is the "Sto" arrow.

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It's with values larger than 999, for example if you copy the column 7328 7588 9999 5673 frum the spreadsheet app, and past the column to one of the statistical app then nothing will happen. However if the same is done with the column 328 588 999 673 then the amount appears. Pasting seems to be limited to a maximum of three digits which to me is a severe handicap of this firmware version.  If any one else observes this behavior please comment.

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In the home settings, change your digit grouping to 123456.789 so that it doesn't place a comma within the number, and the paste will work just fine.

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Hi!, mu271314:

 

In Home Setting, Digit Grouping, for the ultimate version 8151, you can see, all digit grouping allowed.

 

Kind Regards !.
Have a nice day !.
@Maké (Technical Advisor Premium - HP Program Top Contributor).
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@Make:

it's an error in the prime and should be reported to HP.
See also this thread http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-4427.html  at hpmuseum.org

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