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View Resource An In-Class Experiment to Estimate Binomial Probabilities

This hands-on activity is appropriate for a lab or discussion section for an introductory statistics class, with 8 to 40 students. Each student performs a binomial experiment and computes a confidence interval for the true binomial probability. Teams of four students combine their results into one confidence interval, then the entire class combines results into one confidence interval. Results...

View Resource University of California-Davis-Department of Entomology: Background Information on the Biology of Ticks

Dr. Larisa Vredevoe, professor at the University of Californai, Davis' Department of Entomology, established this site to explore the differences between the two main families of ticks: Ixodidae (hard ticks), and Argasidae (soft ticks). An image comparison of the two types of ticks allows users to observe some of the visual differences. A detailed description of the families of both hard and...

View Resource Center for Spatial Technologies And Remote Sensing (CSTARS)

Based at the University of California at Davis, CSTARS conducts research devoted to "interpretation of remote sensing imagery, applications of geographic information systems, and landscape modeling of vegetation, hydrology, and climatology." The main contribution of the homepage is the collection of research papers (many with hyperlinks) and reports, ranging across the fields of landscape ecology...

View Resource The Calculus Page

From time to time over the past several centuries, the word ?calculus? has caused more than a few college students to break out into a sweat and become a bit anxious. These potentially embarrassing moments can be alleviated by a visit to The Calculus Page. The site is under the direction of Professors Joel Hass and Duane Kouba, and it features dozens of links to valuable online resources that dea...

View Resource University of California -- Davis: Fruit and Nut Research and Information Center

The Fruit and Nut Research and Information Center (FNRIC) aids in the "coordination and dissemination of University of California (UC) research-based information, accomplishments, and statewide research and extension activities related to fruit and nut crops." The site contains a wide variety of information for many fruits and nuts including avocados, macadamia nuts, strawberries, and walnuts --...

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