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View Resource Body Measures: Exploring Distributions and Graphs Using Cooperative Learning

Using cooperative learning methods, this lesson introduces distributions for univariate data, emphasizing how distributions help us visualize central tendencies and variability. Students collect real data on head circumference and hand span, then describe the distributions in terms of shape, center, and spread. The lesson moves from informal to more technically appropriate descriptions of...

http://serc.carleton.edu/sp/cause/cooperative/examples/14045...
View Resource BrightStat.com - Statistics made easy

BrightStat is a free online application for statistical analyses. Besides many non-parametric tests, BrightStat offers multiple linear regression, logistic regression, ANOVA and repeated measurements ANOVA as well as Kaplan Meier Survival analysis. BrightStat has an easy to use GUI and supports the creation of mostly used scientifc graphs such as line-, bar-, scatter- and box-plots as well as...

http://www.brightstat.com
View Resource Buffon's Needle: An Analysis and Simulation

Gives some background on the Buffon needle problem. Has a link to an applet that allows one to simulate dropping a needle1, 10, 100, or 1000 times. One also has control over the length of the needle.

http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/users/reese/buffon/buffon.html
View Resource Building a Probability Tree

This applet simulates a probability tree diagram. Step 1: Click inside the appropriate box on the desired level to build the tree. Step 2: Click on "Set Probabilities" at the top. Step 3. When you enter the respective probabilities, you must hit the ENTER key after each one. Step 4: Once all of the probabilities have been set (they should be blue), click "Final Tree" Step 5: Click...

http://www-stat.stanford.edu/~susan/surprise/ProbabilityTree...
View Resource Card Test Applet

Students should imagine a deck of cards containing only red and black cards. The percentage of red cards can be changed in the parameter statement. Students may guess the color of the next card to be pulled from the deck. They should be encouraged to play the game in several ways. First, have them guess red every time. This way they can estimate the proportion of red cards in the deck.

http://www.stat.tamu.edu/~west/applets/cardtest.html
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