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View Resource Statistical Java

This is a collection of applets regarding various topics in statistics. Topics include central limit theorem, probability distributions, hypothesis testing, power, confidence intervals, correlation, control charts, experimental design, data analysis, and regression. Each topic has a description page and links to one or more applets.

View Resource Repeated Measures

This applet simulates a two-condition experiment. You specify the number of subjects per sample (n), and the population means for each condition (Mean A and Mean B). You can also specify the correlation between the two groups in the population (rho), and the population standard deviation (sd, which is the same in each condition). You also determine whether to use a within-subjects or a...

View Resource Excel For Statistical Data Analysis

The site, created by Dr. Hossein Arsham of the University of Baltimore, provides an introduction to understand the basics of and working with Excel. Redoing the illustrated numerical examples in this site will help in improving your familiarity, and as a result, increase the effectiveness and efficiency of your process in statistics.

View Resource Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models, and Applications

This goal of this resource is to aid in the understanding of the relationship between statistics and the scientific method and how it applies to psychology and the behavioral sciences. The learner will learn how to read and understand the statistics presented in the professional literature and will learn how to calculate and communicate statistical information to others.

View Resource Regression

This applet, created by Virginia Tech's Department of Statistics, allows the user to generate bivariate data for analysis with simple linear regression. The page describes the equations used to generate the data and estimate the regression lines. Users manipulate data generated and create their own line of best fit to try and match the computer generated regression line.

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