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  • This case study covers the following concepts: confidence intervals for proportions and the normal approximation to the binomial. It also assesses the question: "What proportion of the iMac purchasers are new computer owners?"
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  • This free online video program "marks a transition in the series: from a focus on inference about the mean of a population to exploring inferences about a different kind of parameter, the proportion or percent of a population that has a certain characteristic. Students will observe the use of confidence intervals and tests for comparing proportions applied in government estimates of unemployment rates."
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  • This tutorial on Multiple Regression helps students understand the definition, use the standard error of estimate, use rank correlation, and solve exercise problems using multiple regression.
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  • This interactive tutorial on Exponential Smoothing helps learners understand the use of exponential smoothing, define exponential smoothing, cite the merits and demerits of exponential smoothing, and solve exercise problems using exponential smoothing.
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  • This interactive module helps students to understand the definition of and uses for clustering algorithms. Students will learn to categorize the types of clustering algorithms, to use the minimal spanning tree and the k-means clustering algorithm, and to solve exercise problems using clustering algorithms.
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  • The Data Library contains lists of ongoing data-sharing projects, downloadable data sets in Excel spreadsheet format, and other sources of data found on the web.
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  • These tutorials on probability cover basic probability, random variables, expectations, and distributions with interactive assessment at the end of each tutorial.
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  • This site provides a PowerPoint presentation of a lesson and examples of relative risks and odds ratios.
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  • This lesson deals with the statistics of political polls and ideas like sampling, bias, graphing, and measures of location. As quoted on the site, "Upon completing this lesson, students will be able to identify and differentiate between types of political samples, as well as select and use statistical and visual representations to describe a list of data. Furthermore, students will be able to identify sources of bias in samples and find ways of reducing and eliminating sampling bias." A link to a related worksheet is included.
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  • This online, interactive lesson on point estimation provides examples, exercises, and applets concerning estimators, method of moments, maximum likelihood, Bayes estimators, best unbiased estimators, and sufficient, complete and ancillary statistics.
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