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It is a JavaScript that computes expected value, variance, standard deviation, and the covariance.

It is a JavaScript that tests normality of population based on random sample data.

It is a JavaScript that tests randomness of statistical sampling data using the runs test.

Simple linear regression models are compared.

It is a Java applet that tests a claimed on equality of means of several populations based on two sets of statistical... see more

A JavaScript that tests a claimed on equality of means of three dependent populations based on three sets of random... see more

It is a JavaScript that performs the Bayesian inference by combining the sample information with a prior information.

A JavaScript that computes expected values, variances, standard deviations, covariance, and beta parameters for bivariate... see more

It is a JavaScript that measures the degree of dependency of categorized two variables.

It is a JavaScript that estimates the probability that one random variable is being greater than the other based on two... see more

It is a JavaScript that tests if there is any significant difference among number of counts.

Any undetected outliers may cause misleading statistical results. This JavaScript identifies any outliers and provides... see more

A JavaScript that creates the empirical cumulative distribution function based on the frequency of data set.

It is a JavaScript to test if k populations having equal variances using Bartlett's test.

It is a JavaScript that test for statistical equality of two or more correlation coefficients

A JavaScript that computes confidence interval for standard deviation, confidence interval for variance, and confidence... see more

It is a JavaScript that computes Chi-square statistic as a measuring tool and decision criterion for goodness of-fit... see more

Histogram as a tool in checking unimodality of a population

Whenever the decision maker has some knowledge regarding the states of nature, he/she may be able to assign subjective... see more

It is a JavaScript to compute the p-values for the most popular distributions.

It is a Java applet that test a claimed on difference in proportions based on a set of random paired observations, known... see more

It is a JavaScript that constructs exact confidence intervals and test of hypothesis with respect to proportion,... see more

It is a JavaScript that constructs a graph of a given time series as a tool for the initial characterization process.

Polynomial regression models are often used in economics such as utility function, forecasting, cost and befit analysis,... see more