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Tracker/Excel/Python/Tracker Data Analysis  [ Computer Program ]

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G. Judd
An example of using Python to analyze raw position data from a Tracker point mass and return smoothed values that are imported back into Tracker as an external model track. This…

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S. Shpigler
A Tracker analysis of a ball is released from the end of a mast attached to a trolley going down, frictionless, a slope. The ball lands inside the cup at the bottom of the mast. This…

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S. Shpigler
This Tracker expermient demonstrates how to user Tracker's ability to track and analyze multiple objects to study the well known "Shoot the Monkey" problem in introductory physics.

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D. Brown
This introduction to video modeling includes a tutorial on modeling a simple projectile and an exercise on modeling an oscillating cart slowed by friction. This self-contained…

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A. Titus
This lab uses Tracker video analysis software to measure and analyze the center of mass of a system of two pucks during a two-dimensional collision. Students measure the initial and…
Person Landing After a Jump  [ Computer Program ]

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A. Titus
This lab uses Tracker to measure and analyze the center of mass motion of a person landing after a jump. Students measure the acceleration of the person in free-fall and his…

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F. Esquembre and A. Titus
This innovative eBook uses games to teach physics and uses physics to teach games, making learning physics and gaming more fun than you ever imagined. As the first interactive eBook…
Dynamics of a Sliding Ladder using Tracker  [ Computer Program ]

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J. Oliveira, P. Carvalho, M. Mota, and M. Quintas
The Dynamics of a Sliding Ladder video experiment explores the dynamics of a sliding ladder leaning against a vertical wall. An accompanying paper compares a theoretical model to the…

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T. Peake, R. Mobbs, A. Ojha, A. McMurry, and S. Allan
Six circular motion tutorials with curricular materials, Tracker visualizations and Tracker data files produced by the National Space Academy, UK Space Agency, and the European Space…

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W. Christian, M. Belloni, and J. Taylor
The Physlet® Physics Newton's Laws Illustrations Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Physlet Illustrations from Physlet Physics Chapter 4. In this package we explain why…
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