Logger Pro

Logger Pro

It is a data-collection and analysis software for Windows and Mac computers
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Logger Pro 3 can be thought of as the digital data hub of your classroom and lab. With it come real-time graphing, powerful analytical functions, and intuitive hands-on learning that make data collection easy to measure, analyze, and learn.

Gathering data from a variety of sources is easy with Logger Pro 3. Draw from Vernier LabQuest, Vernier LabPro, Go! Temp, Go! Link, Go! Motion, Wireless Dynamics Sensor System, Vernier/Ocean Optics Spectrometers, Blue Digital Biomaging System, ProScope HR, Ohaus balances, Popular TI graphing calculators, Palm OS handhelds, Garmin eTrex Venture, video, images, and manual data entry.

Despite having such a large resource to choose from, Logger Pro is easy and intuitive. It is the most popular data-collection program in science and math classes because students find the software easier to learn than other data collection software.

You can capture video with Logger Pro as well, using web cams, The ProScope, or DV cameras. It’s simple to add a video synchronized with your data, or use the video to track the position of an object, frame by frame, for graphing and further analysis.

Logger Pro comes stacked with over 1000 experiment files from the popular Vernier lab books. To perform any activities, all you need to do is open the experiment file and the learning begins.

Logger Pro 3 is being offered as a free demo for 30 days. The demo is fully functional and includes sample movies to test drive its video-capture and analysis features.

The software is compatible with Mac OS X up to version 10.5 and Windows up to Vista.

A side note: running this demo version may update the operating system in your LabPro. The update will take from 5-30 minutes, depending on your computer and connection. The new version of the LabPro OS will work with older version of Logger Pro.

Luis Sanchez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Fully-functional 30 day demo.

Cons

  • N/A
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