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Over twenty Java applets from Online Statistics are presented on this site. The applets cover most of the major points taught in an introductory statistics course. One quality that makes this site stand out from others...
Published by MIT and created by Professor Dmitry Panchenko for the Spring semester of 2005, this online course provides an introduction to probability and statistics for undergraduate students. The topics included are...
Professors of the University of Washington, Bothell Campus, have designed this course that aims to apply scientific and mathematical discovery to social science questions. Students are trained “to conduct surveys,...
This resource, by Gerard Dallal of Tufts University, assists the user in reading, constructing, and understanding confidence intervals. The site presents six cases as examples and discusses each one.
This resource assists the user in reading, constructing, and understanding confidence intervals. Created and published by Gerard E. Dallal, this introductory text aims to get students to read, understand, and write...
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