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Statistical Inference and Techniques -- Multivariate Techniques

View Resource **Statistical Applets: P-Value of a Test of Significance

This applet is designed to help students visualize p-value by allowing them to set null and alternate hypotheses, population parameters, and sample statistics. It accompanies "Practice of Business Statistics," but can be used without this text.
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 An Introduction to Probability

This tutorial introduces the basic concepts of probability using various examples. Topics include interpreting probability, calibration experiments, interpreting odds, sample space, basic rules, equally likely outcomes, constructing probability tables, unions and complements, mean, and two-way probability tables. A link to activities is also given.
View Resource Analysis Of Categorical Dependent Variables With SAS And SPSS

This tutorial contains SAS and SPSS instructions for categorial analysis techniques such as logistic regression and probit regression including models for ordered or unordered multiple choices. Key Words: Multinomial Logistic Regression; Conditional Logistic Regression.
View Resource DIG Stats: Cloud Seeding Activity

In this activity, students will perform a two-way ANOVA on a dataset containing rainfall amounts for seeded and unseeded clouds in each of the 4 seasons. Questions about the exercise are given as well as a link to Excel instructions. The data exist in Excel and text formats.
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