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Observed-Predicted paired data are considered for computing the well-known measures of accuracy in predictions.

This is an exceptional site for locating all types of content material in creating modules. The are links to the... see more

On this site are more than eighty paper models of polyhedra including Platonic Solids, Archimedian Solids, Kepler-Poinsot... see more

It is a JavaScript that tests if two or more random samples are drawn from the same population.

Preprints.org is a platform dedicated to making early versions of research inputs available, including original research... see more

This site contains materials for a college level undergraduate statistics course. The approach places emphasis on... see more

Regression models are often constructed based on certain conditions that must be verified for the model to fit the data... see more

It is a JavaScript that combines the subjective estimates with the evidence-based estimates for the mean and the... see more

It is a JavaScript that computes the required sample size for estimating the mean with an acceptable accuracy and/or... see more

It is a JavaScript for construction of scattered diagram and determination of the outliers

This website was created to "use Web 2.0 tools to collect, organize, and redistribute free online educational resources... see more

This site is a gallery of fractal images of various types and includes MIDI Fractal background music and a Fractal of the... see more

This Web site is designed for interactive statistical analysis over the Internet. Data can be entered in various ways,... see more

It is a JavaScript that test a claim on equality of means in the two-way ANOVA test for block designs with replications.

This site is a collection of online games suitable for teaching a wide variety of statistical techniques.  Data... see more

It is a JavaScript useful for testing the randomness of fluctuations in a time series.

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

It is a JavaScript that tests the equality of several populations? median.

It is a JavaScript that test the equality of several populations? proportions.

A JavaScript that tests a claimed difference between two means based on a set of random paired-observations on the same... see more

It is a JavaScript that tests a claimed means difference, and equality of variances of two populations based on two sets... see more

It is a JavaScript for computing some general statistics of a given time series.

Udemy offers an excellent MOOC platform to take educational courses, to learn new business skills and to create and build... see more

The web pages listed here comprise a powerful, conveniently-accessible, multi-platform statistical software package.... see more