Since the instructors who started StatSpace had students from a wide range of disciplines and skill levels, the resources provide reflect diverse options for approaches and terminology that allowed them to eventually focus on core statistical concepts that bridge all disciplines. They focus on concepts rather than computations.
For an example of the high quality of the resources, the page for the web applet that helps students to learn about the concept 'Sampling from a Normal Distribution', (fundamental to all of statistical inference) provides a URL to the engaging and interactive resource and also a complete lesson plan including, Pre-quisite knowledge, Learning Objectives, Description, Suggested Uses, Tips and Discoveries, Related Resources.
A tab on the page labeled 'Files' leads to any image or learning material files, as well as an instructor guide, and also a page of questions that accompany the use of the resource which is linked on the page.
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