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View Resource **Interactive Games

This applet allows users to play several probability games like Monty Hall, Gambler's Ruin, Galton's Board, etc. Select a game from the drop down menu and click "About" to read its background. Users can manipulate the parameters for each game. Graphs of the theoretical and empirical distributions are shown.
View Resource **Virtual Experiments and Demonstrations

This applet allows users to run experiments such as Ball and Urn, Buffon's Needle, Craps, Monty Hall, and many more. Select an experiment from the drop down menu and click "About" to read its description. Then, set the parameter values. Set the sample size using the "Update" box and the number of samples using the "Stop" box. The single arrow button takes one sample and the double arrow...
View Resource A Study of Demographic and Economic-Based Explanations For Variation In Street Robbery Rates In U.S.

Researchers studying crime suggest that there is substantial variation in the amount of serious crime across large urban jurisdictions such as central cities. There have been many attempts to account for crime variation. The following raises questions about how populations may be linked with crime variation. One key component of serious crimes involves those that are conceptualized as being...
View Resource Advanced Statistics - Biology 603 - Lectures

This site provides links to lecture outlines for an upper-level statistics class. Topics include hypothesis testing, ANOVA and regression.
View Resource An Analysis of Earnings

While a much larger percentage of American families are located in the top income bracket in 1990 compared to fifty years ago, there were still slightly over ? of American families with income of $25K or less in 1990. Here, we will analyze some forces contributing to inequality in earnings.
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