This is the 9th part of the GeoGebra 4.0 Sneak Peek series. In this post, we are going to talk about the improvements made for the GeoGebra *Spreadsheet view*.

Spreadsheet is one feature of GeoGebra that is not found in other dynamic geometry software. The spreadsheet enables us to have a numerical view of mathematical objects in addition to to the *Algebra view* and *Graphics view*.

In GeoGebra 4.0, the Spreadsheet view has its new set of tools as shown in the figure above. The new tools include commands for basic matrix operations and basic statistics tools. Aside from these there are also other small improvements such as the *autocomplete drop-down* when you type commands.

The *Record to Spreadsheet* command has now also its own dialog box allowing us to set what row to start the record and the number of rows to be displayed.

Several other new features are *Data Analysis* dialog, , *Create table*, and import data file. We will discuss this in future tutorials.

This is looking more and more like TI’s Nspire computer software. Do you have any experience with that?

No Jon. No experience with Nspire.

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