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View Resource The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education

This site provides the contents of the online book "The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education".

http://www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~iase/publications/assessbk/
View Resource The BUGS Project

The BUGS (Bayesian inference Using Gibbs Sampling) project is concerned with flexible software for the Bayesian analysis of complex statistical models using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods. This site is primarily concerned with the stand-alone WinBUGS 1.4.1 package, which has a graphical user interface and on-line monitoring and convergence diagnostics. This program can be downloaded for...

http://www.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/bugs/welcome.shtml
View Resource Reading and Interpreting Tables and Graphs Involving Rates and Percentages

This survey assesses statistical literacy. The survey focuses on the general use of informal statistics in everyday situations: reading and interpreting tables and graphs involving rates and percentages.

http://web.augsburg.edu/~schield/MiloPapers/StatLitKnowledge...
View Resource STATISTICAL LITERACY: READING TABLES OF RATES AND PERCENTAGES

This paper presents rules for determining whether an index variable in such a table is part or whole depending on whether the associated margin value is an average, a sum or a 100% sum. Tables with missing margin values – date-indexed tables, half tables and control tables – are analyzed. Recommendations are made to improve reader understanding of any table involving rates or percentages.

http://web.augsburg.edu/~schield/MiloPapers/2001ASA2.pdf
View Resource Correlation, Determination, and Causality In Introductory Statistics

This article discusses teaching causality without being discipline specific. It explains the causal differences between description, prediction and explanation.

http://web.augsburg.edu/~schield/MiloPapers/95ASA.pdf
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