I lost the L2 list on the stat edit function. It goes from L1 to L3. Can you help me get it back?

Go into the STAT:EDIT function and Highlight L3. Push 2nd DEL (INSERT), and Put L2 back in. If there was data in List 2, it should reappear.

Posted on Dec 16, 2010

L1, L2, L3?

If you are doing statistics, Set MODE to 3. Stat.

Choose 1-Var or any regression model. If you press 1-var you will have two lists x and frequency.

For any regression model you have 3 lists x, y, and Freq(uency).

L1, L2, L3, are list names in the TI 83/84 Plus and the Casio graphing calculators.

I hope it helps

If you are doing statistics, Set MODE to 3. Stat.

Choose 1-Var or any regression model. If you press 1-var you will have two lists x and frequency.

For any regression model you have 3 lists x, y, and Freq(uency).

L1, L2, L3, are list names in the TI 83/84 Plus and the Casio graphing calculators.

I hope it helps

Oct 26, 2013 | Casio fx-115ES Plus Scientific Calculator

I have followed your description and entered bogus data in Lists L1, L2, and L3.

I hit STAT then CALC then Option 1, which is 1-Var Stats. In this context you have only one set of data. If the data set contains many repeated values you can enter the frequency for each (repeated) data item in List L2, inserting 1 if an item is not repeated.

Thus when you do 1-Var Statistics you have at most two Lists (L1 contains the data values, and L2 their frequencies).

If you press the 1-Var Stats calculation option, the calculator takes L1 as the default data list so you see List:L1 and the ALPHA cursor blinking

On the secoond line you see Frequency: and nothing else on the line.

On the third line you have Calculate.

If Your data is not in L1, you can change that by pressing the [2nd][2] (L2), or [2nd][3] (L3). Only one list is specified there, so no need for the comma to separate. (you are doing 1-var Stat).

If your frequency data is in L2 you must specify it on the line Frequency. However, since the ALPHA keyboard is activated you must deactivate it first by pressing the ALPHA key. After that press [2nd][2] to select L2 or [2nd][3] to specify L3

If there is no frequency list, leave the Line frequency empty.

I hit STAT then CALC then Option 1, which is 1-Var Stats. In this context you have only one set of data. If the data set contains many repeated values you can enter the frequency for each (repeated) data item in List L2, inserting 1 if an item is not repeated.

Thus when you do 1-Var Statistics you have at most two Lists (L1 contains the data values, and L2 their frequencies).

If you press the 1-Var Stats calculation option, the calculator takes L1 as the default data list so you see List:L1 and the ALPHA cursor blinking

On the secoond line you see Frequency: and nothing else on the line.

On the third line you have Calculate.

If Your data is not in L1, you can change that by pressing the [2nd][2] (L2), or [2nd][3] (L3). Only one list is specified there, so no need for the comma to separate. (you are doing 1-var Stat).

If your frequency data is in L2 you must specify it on the line Frequency. However, since the ALPHA keyboard is activated you must deactivate it first by pressing the ALPHA key. After that press [2nd][2] to select L2 or [2nd][3] to specify L3

If there is no frequency list, leave the Line frequency empty.

Aug 25, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Press STAT key. In the list of options that are displayed under the leftmost menu (EDIT) , press the 5:SetUpEditor. Press ENTER. It will restore the deleted list L1

Jun 12, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

You can't manipulate lists like that.

{5,10,15,20,25}[STO>]L1

{5,5,5,5,5}[STO>]L2

These will input your lists properly. I'm not sure what you're trying to do, but if you're just trying to divide every entry in L1 by 5 and store it in L3, you could accomplish that with:

{5,10,15,20,25}[STO>]L1

L1/3[STO>]L3

Also, this page gives a lot of helpful tips on using lists on a TI-83.

http://pages.central.edu/emp/lintont/ti83/html/lists.pdf

Hope this helps!

{5,10,15,20,25}[STO>]L1

{5,5,5,5,5}[STO>]L2

These will input your lists properly. I'm not sure what you're trying to do, but if you're just trying to divide every entry in L1 by 5 and store it in L3, you could accomplish that with:

{5,10,15,20,25}[STO>]L1

L1/3[STO>]L3

Also, this page gives a lot of helpful tips on using lists on a TI-83.

http://pages.central.edu/emp/lintont/ti83/html/lists.pdf

Hope this helps!

Mar 30, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Each "list" has to have a name.
Usually, the lists are named L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, L6 ect. but you can give them text names as well.

To name the list, go to Stat--> Edit --> Input a name--> Enter To input a name, either do 2nd --> L1,L2,L3 ect.. or use Alpha --> Name

To name the list, go to Stat--> Edit --> Input a name--> Enter To input a name, either do 2nd --> L1,L2,L3 ect.. or use Alpha --> Name

Mar 01, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

To restore a deleted list name, press [STAT], then [5:SetUpEditor] and [ENTER]. The list L1,L2,L3,L4,L5, L6 will be regenerated (without the data).

Nov 12, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

You can always restore lost or deleted statistical lists by pressing the STAT button. In the menu list that is displayed, press 5:SetupEditor and ENTER. The content of the deleted lists will however NOT BE RESTORED.

Apr 20, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Silver...

So you have deleted the L1,L2 lists. Well their contents are lost and the lists are no longer there to be filled. Right?

Have no fear, they can be restored (without your valuable data).

Press [STAT]. The Stat editor screen display 5 sub-menus.

Select [5:SetUpEditor] and press [ENTER].

Press [STAT][1:Edit] and you now see L1, and L2, and the lists you did not delete.

Enter your data again in L1 and L2.

Have no fear, they can be restored (without your valuable data).

Press [STAT]. The Stat editor screen display 5 sub-menus.

Select [5:SetUpEditor] and press [ENTER].

Press [STAT][1:Edit] and you now see L1, and L2, and the lists you did not delete.

Enter your data again in L1 and L2.

Apr 16, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

There is no L7 list. You can put your data in any available list. You can even create your own lists.

Anyway, to recover the L1,L2,L3, and L4,

Press [STAT][5:SetUpEdidor] [ENTER]

Calculator displays Done.

Press [STAT]. Under Menu EDIT, Press [1:Edit]

The List editor opens the L1,L2, etc. liststo let you enter your data.

Anyway, to recover the L1,L2,L3, and L4,

Press [STAT][5:SetUpEdidor] [ENTER]

Calculator displays Done.

Press [STAT]. Under Menu EDIT, Press [1:Edit]

The List editor opens the L1,L2, etc. liststo let you enter your data.

Feb 04, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hi,

**If the data in your L3 list contains only positive numbers** there is no reason why you should not be able to calculate the log of the list and store that in L2.

- You open the list editor, [STAT][1:Edit]
- Use arrows to position the cursor on an element of L2.
- Use UpArrow to highlight the L2 heading (at the top of the list) and press ENTER.
- The data entry line will show L2= ..
- Erase anything that may be on the L2 entry line and type in
- [LOG] [2nd] [3] (L3) to enter the L3 identifier inside the log (
- Close the right parenthesis. Screen shows L2= log(L3)
- Press [ENTER]
- The L2 list will be populated with the logs of the elements of L3.

Dec 08, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

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