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How to Convince a Student that an Estimator is a Random Variable
This classroom example illustrates the concept that estimators are random variables. The example makes use of the classic problem of estimating the size of a population by observing serial numbers, specifically...
Economic Applications of Game Theory
This course introduces the basic tools of game theoretic analysis and outlines some of the many applications of game theory with extensive lecture notes, slides, assignments, and exams with solutions. Game Theory is a...
Lecture and Lab Things
This page, created by David Howell of the University of Vermont, is a collection of examples, demonstrations, and exercises that can be used to motivate a lecture, demonstrate an important point, or create a laboratory...
This page, created by Intuitor.com, discusses disadvantages of large datasets with regard to Simpson's Paradox. "When big data sets go bad" is the headline of this lesson and this creative line epitomizes the focus of...
Statistical Physics II
This course, created by Wen Xiao-Geng of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is the second in the series of undergraduate Statistical Physics courses and features comprehensive lecture notes and assignments....
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