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Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics

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Material Type: Open Textbook
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Date Added to MERLOT: April 06, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 29, 2014
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Submitter : Nancy J. Pelaez

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Online  statistics open textbook and additional resources to assist students in understanding of statistics. Topics covered include Analysis of Variance, Boxplot, Confidence interval, Contrast among means, Correlated t-test, Correlation, Histogram, Independent groups t-test, Regression, Repeated measures ANOVA, and t-test. The... More

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t-test., Analysis of Variance, Statistics, Contrast among means, Regression, Repeated measures ANOVA, Correlation, Independent groups t-test, Confidence interval, Correlated t-test, Boxplot, Histogram

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Primary Audience: College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School, Professional, College General Ed
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Language: English Material Version: Public Domain version
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Avatar for Mike McCabe
19 weeks ago

Mike McCabe (Administrator)

Fantastic!!!  I am excited to use the 1970 Draft / Lottery example in the PDF version of the text.  

Time spent reviewing site: 30 mins

Avatar for norbert boruett
3 years ago

norbert boruett (Health Care Professional)

A power write up that simplifies statistics, particularly to those with a mathematical background. The content is very accurately. The concepts and the principles of statistics are clearly articulated. students were pleased with content

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Basic ICT skills
Time spent reviewing site: 15 min
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Avatar for Jennifer Ly
4 years ago

Jennifer Ly (Student)

The information is clear and simply stated. The site is well organized I didn't feel overloaded with info like on the Fibonacci number site. I think the simulation app could be very useful to teachers, and plus the cases presented could be used to enhance class material and are very interesting. Hw. has practice reviews, and visual demonstrations for in class learning enhancement.

Avatar for Thomas Brown
4 years ago

Thomas Brown (Faculty)

We use this material in our intro stats course and it works great. More specifically we use the confidence interval and the sampling distribution simulations.
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Avatar for Michelle Davis
5 years ago

Michelle Davis (Student)

So i was reading over some of these cases and they seem to work. the ones i read had to do with common sense. i am huge on common sense and if people dont have it, it usually annoys me. so when i was reading these cases and saw that it can be used like this in math, it made me smile(like my case i read) and glad to know im not the only one. i would definatley use this in the classroom because it shows students that there is much more to math then just complicated numbers and formulas.

Avatar for Keren Meister-Emerich
5 years ago

Keren Meister-Emerich (Faculty)

The Java Applets in the Simulations/Demonstrations area are good. Some students may require background information on using the simulation. Relevancy is not always clear to a novice.
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Avatar for Robert Wright, Ph.D.
6 years ago

Robert Wright, Ph.D. (Staff)

As a middle-aged beginning doctoral student, I was 30 years away from my last Stats course. I sometimes have problems visualizing concepts. This site explains many key concepts and provides excellent visuals. Clear & concise.
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