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A teaching tool to show how a 3D normal function depends on the correlation coefficient between the two variables. The... see more

This applet facilitates exploration of type I and type 2 errors and power in hypothesis testing.

This applet displays boxplots of independent random samples drawn from 4 populations and an ANOVA table for the... see more

This site helps with the discovery the Central Limit Theorem.  The user first picks a distribution:  Uniform, Skewed... see more

In this activity, students will generate scatter plots and use regression and logarithms to explore a dataset with time... see more

This resource introduces distribution functions and their basic properties, relation to denstiy functions, reliability,... see more

This applet, created by Philip B. Stark of the University of California, Berkeley, illustrates this concept of the... see more

This quick YouTube video from high school statistics teacher Roger W. Davis explains how to find one variable statistics... see more

In the three dimensional version of the Chaos Game we start with a regular polyhedron and mark selected points which will... see more

In the two dimensional version of the Chaos Game we start with a regular polygon and mark selected points which will... see more

Correlation and regression are two closely related topics. Often they are taught to students at about the same time, thus... see more

The Gambler’s Ruin is a well-known problem that can be used to illustrate a variety of probability concepts. Two players... see more

Data often exhibit a heaped distribution in situations when there are either rounding or recall issues. Then, heaping is... see more

Hierarchical models are used when there is nesting of observational units in the data and variables are observed on... see more

In 2014, Schilling and Doi developed a binomial confidence interval procedure that produces coverage probabilities always... see more

One popular class activity to help students understand chance behavior is to observe the runs of consecutive heads or... see more

The Probability Integral Transform and the Accept-Reject Algorithm are two methods for generating a random variable with... see more

This app allows the user to draw repeated samples from a specified population shape (normal, left-skewed, right-skewed,... see more

The ANOVA F-test is used to test for difference in means between groups, and requires the conditions of normality (or... see more