TABULA has a number of built-in factory sample t-tables.
- You can edit these however you wish, but you cannot save the changes over the original sample.
- You can however save a user-created t-table from one of these samples, edited or otherwise.
The factory samples are as follows:
- SAMPLE plot test using Function plotline
- SAMPLE0 angle sine and cosine
- SAMPLE1 Church Clock
- SAMPLE2 Asteroid Impact
- SAMPLE3 Pseudogravity by rotation
- SAMPLE4 inversion test
- SAMPLE5 Cost of alcohol
- SAMPLE6 Temperature scales
- SAMPLE7 Indicator flag
- SAMPLE8 Boiling a kettle
- SAMPLE9 Cost to capture atmospheric CO2
To load a given numbered sample (e.g. SAMPLE2), enter $2
To load SAMPLE, enter $$
This loads the latest saved sample. But if no saved sample exists, the factory sample: SAMPLE is loaded instead.
To load the factory SAMPLE even if a saved sample exists, enter $