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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

Video de Esther Duflo, una de las mujeres con mayores conocimientos en tema de pobreza y metodologías para superarla,... 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

The Author's Alliance and Creative Commons have created the "Termination of Transfer" (ToT) tool that helps authors... see more

This free, online textbook is found at HippoCampus, so the book is indexed by topic, rather than using a table of... see more

It is a JavaScript for subjective assessment of estimates based on a relative precision.

A JavaScript that computes the total net cost/profit in statistical testing given the prior probabilities with respect to... see more

A JavaScript that test for the presence of any significant seasonal component in a given time series using its seasonal... see more

It is a JavaScript that tests a claimed variation for a normal population based on a set of random observations.

It is a JavaScript applet that computes the arithmetic, geometric and harmonic averages.

This free, online textbook is found at HippoCampus, so the book is indexed by topic, rather than using a table of... see more

It is a JavaScript that computes expected value, variance, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation for the... see more