datum point


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datum point

Any reference point of known or assumed coordinates from which calculation or measurements may be taken. See also pinpoint.
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baseline) in column "A", beginning with A1, using one cell for each datum point. The only exception will be that each participant (or setting, or behavior) will be entered into a different column.
Using the mouse, starting with the last datum point, highlight all of the cells containing data points (this will highlight cells a shaded color) in column "A" only.
1, a zero point is randomly selected and increasing compressive stresses are shown by movement from left to right from a vertical datum point. Increasing tensile stresses can be shown by moving from the datum point from right to left.