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How did Gregor Mendel derive the Law of Segregation and the Law of Independent Assortment? Most budding geneticists know he used peas, but how exactly did he do it? This fine document from Professor Robert Merritt of...
This site, created by author Kyle Siegrist, consists of an integrated set of components that include expository text, applets, data sets, graphics, and other elements. Applets may also be used to build additional...
This resource, created by the statistics departed at Western Michigan University, helps define and explain binomial probability. It includes examples and exercises for the learner which facilitate further...
The Probability Web is a metasite located at the University of California, Berkeley. It deals with probability theory and applications, providing links to abstracts, journals (not all free), electronic mailing lists,...
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