50G: calling Stat49Pro



#11

Hi,

I would like to be able to embed a Stat49Pro command inside of an algebraic equation that will subsequently be used with the numerical solver. Here is a simplified version of what I want to do:
Result=ZALPHA(x/y), where ZALPHA is a command from the Stat49Pro library. I haven't a whole lot of experience using external library calls in my equations, so I don't really know how to proceed.

Any and all help would be much appreciated.

Sancerre
(real name: Tod)


#12

Just a side comment, and then I'll let someone else answer your direct question... ;-)

StatPro is one of the BEST programs for the 50g that I have ever come across. It truly brings the statistics capabilities of the 50g above and beyond those of all the TI-8x series. I wish that HP would just buy the source code and slam it in the ROM somewhere -- it would probably make the 50g the best calculator out there for stats.

Just MHO.

thanks,
bruce


#13

Excuse my igorance, but what is Stat49Pro and where do you find it?

Sorry I can't help you with original question.

Regards Stuart.


#14

Quote:
Excuse my igorance, but what is Stat49Pro and where do you find it?

Sorry I can't help you with original question.

Regards Stuart.



http://www.hpcalc.org/details.php?id=4442

Damir


#15

I've downloaded the lib to my 50g and installed it in port 2. How can I run the commands from the prompt instead of the STAT menu? Do I need to enter a specific directory?


#16

Quote:
I've downloaded the lib to my 50g and installed it in port 2. How can I run the commands from the prompt instead of the STAT menu? Do I need to enter a specific directory?


[RightShift] [2] softkey [statp].

Regards,
Damir


#17

I had to enter 1043 ATTACH once. Now it's there.

#18

Thanks Damir. I have located it and will try it out.

#19

Tod,

I've played around a little and came to the following solution:

'ZALPHA(x)' does not work but you can embed the command in a program object:

<< -> x << x ZALPHA >> >> 'ZA' STO

Now, ZA is a function to be used in an algebraic expression.


#20

Thx for the reply, I'll try this today!


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