What categories of graphs are available?

Are there different customization options for each type of graph?

Can graphs be automatically updated when the data file changes?

In what formats can I save graphs?

What is the Windows metafile graphics format?

What is the bitmap graphics format?

What is the JPEG graphics format?

What is the PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format?

What is the native *STATISTICA* graphics format?

How do I export a *STATISTICA* graph to another application?

What is the difference between a graph and a plot?

How do I define categories in categorized graphs?

How do I produce ternary contour plots and surfaces?

How do I produce graphs with polar coordinates?

What are multiple axes in graphs?

How is the mouse used in graph applications?

How do I select objects in a graph?

How can I interpret a 100(1-alpha)% confidence interval?

How do I fit a function to data?

How do I display a specific equation for the fitted function?

How do I plot a custom-defined function?

How do I fit a custom-defined function to data?

How do I plot a parametric curve?

**Compound Graphs, Embedding, Clipboard, Multiple Graph Management**

How can I place one *STATISTICA* graph into another?

How can I place a foreign graph or artwork into a *STATISTICA* graph?

How do I place text in a *STATISTICA* graph?

Can I represent objects in graphs as expandable icons?

How can I copy an entire *STATISTICA* graph to the Clipboard?

How can I copy a selected part of a *STATISTICA* graph to the clipboard?

Can I place multiple graphs on one page?

What is the Multiple Graph AutoLayout Wizard?

How can I undo operations on objects?

Are fonts set to specific sizes always printed having the requested physical sizes?

Are there options to make printed graphs look better?

Can I quickly adjust sizes of all fonts in a graph?

Do all printer drivers support rotated fonts?

Do all printers support the non-transparent overlaying of graphic objects?

**Hidden and Excluded Case States**

What is the Difference between Hidden and Excluded Case States