\subsection{Printing and including output in other programs}
**How do I print a graph?**
After making the graph the active window,
press the print button which is the fourth button on the ruler.
There is no printer in the multi-media classroom, but it will print
in the printer in the Alcoa Lab next to the department office
across from the elevators.
**How do I put graphs in a Word document?**
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\subsection{Working with data}
**How do I look at data already loaded in the computer?**
Make the object browser the active window.
If ``data.frame'' is not highlighted in the left panel, click on it.
(In S-PLUS, a data.frame is a matrix of data where variables
can be either quantitative or categorical.)
Available data sets will be in the right panel of the object browser.
Double click on any one of them to see the data in a spread sheet.
**How do I edit an existing data set?**
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**How do I create my own data set?**
\noanswer
\subsection{Statistical tests and confidence intervals}
**How do I construct a confidence interval for a population mean?**
\noanswer
\subsection{Fitting models}
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