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Title: Type I and Type II Errors - Making Mistakes in the Justice System
Url: http://www.intuitor.com/statistics/T1T2Errors.html
Publisher: Intuitor
Description: Created by Intuitor.com, this webpage uses the criminal trials in the US Justice system to illustrate hypothesis testing, type I error, and type II error. An applet allows the user to examine the probability of type I errors and type II errors under various conditions. An applet allows users to visualize p-values and the power of a test. This is a great example of how statistical testing can be used across many different disciplines. This lesson does nice work in both explaining the theories used and also how they relate back to the data collected.
LC Classification: Law -- United States -- United States (General) -- Criminal trials
Science -- Mathematics -- Mathematical statistics -- Study and teaching. Research
Science -- Mathematics -- Mathematical statistics -- Testing of hypotheses
Science -- Mathematics -- Probabilities -- Study and teaching. Research
GEM Subject: Mathematics -- Statistics
Mathematics -- Probability
Social studies -- Criminology
Key Concept: Mathematics -- Hypothesis testing
Mathematics -- Null hypothesis
Mathematics -- Probability
Mathematics -- Statistical errors
Mathematics -- Statistics
Key Concepts Complete: Yes
Date Issued: 2001
Resource Type: Instructional Materials
Mathematics Materials
Reference
Teaching Guides
Format: html
Audience: College/University Instructors
Higher Education
Students
Teachers
Technical School First Cycle
Technical School Second Cycle
University First Cycle
University Second Cycle
Vocational Training
Language: English
Rights: Intuitor.com
Access Rights: Free access
Date Of Record Release: 2009-03-02 03:00:01 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2009-02-23 15:22:24 (W3C-DTF)
Source: CAUSEweb
Full Record Views: 30
Resource URL Clicks: 8
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