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An interactive box plot applet that allows users to put in their own data that is part of a large collection of platform... see more

An interactive scatterplot applet that allows users to put in their own data that is part of a large collection of... see more

This is an applet that is designed to help students understand the features and factors of one- and two-way ANOVA... see more

Probability plotter and calculator allows students to explore different distributions and their relationships. ... see more

An animation and short description of the Taguchi Loss Function.

This is a game students can play where they are scored on how well they interpret overlap of confidence intervals.

By means of two spin buttons, the user changes the degrees of freedom and a particular value of a chi-squared distributed... see more

By means of two spin buttons, the user changes the parameter in the density function and a particular value of an... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the interval over which a uniformly distributed random variable is... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the parameters of the distribution and the value of a... see more

This is a simple illustration of the principle of least squares.   The learner has to fit a line to three data points by... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the parameters "alpha" and "beta" and two values of a beta-distributed... see more

By means of two spin buttons, the user changes the parameter in the density function and a particular value of an... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the degrees of freedom and the value of an F-distributed random... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the parameters "alpha" and "beta" and two values of a gamma-distributed... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the values of the mean and variance and two values of a normally... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the degrees of freedom and two values of a student's-t distributed... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the values of n, the number of trials (from 1 to 25); p, the probability... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the values of p, the probability of "success" and two values of the... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the values of lambda and two values of the discrete random variable X.... see more

The first-digit distribution of many US Census variables is known to closely follow Benford's Law. We will consider... see more

This app examines the first-digit distribution of various sequences: Additive, Power, and Prime Number Additive... see more

This app provides an introduction to the concept of maximum likelihood estimation by working through the example of the... see more