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View Resource Webinar: Using Data from the Federal Statistical System to Inspire Students

Statistics educators are keenly aware of the value of using real data to help students see the relevance and applicability of statistics. The federal statistical agencies have invested in significant efforts to make data accessible and available. In this webinar, Ron Wasserstein will point you to these resources, discussing their uses and limitations.

http://www.causeweb.org/webinar/teaching/2009-11/
View Resource **Student's t-test applet

This java applet can be used to determine whether or not the means in two sample populations are significantly different.

http://www.math.kent.edu/~blewis/stat/tTest.html
View Resource The Normal Distribution: An Illustration of Basic Probability

This simulation involves a series of balls passing through bins to eventually yield a normal distribution. Information is also provided about what the normal distribution is.

http://webphysics.davidson.edu/Applets/Galton/BallDrop.html
View Resource The Distributions of Sample Statistics

A webpage in which links are provided to histograms of sample statistics (mean, median, standard deviation, maximum etc.) as a function of sample size. Each time the REFRESH button is clicked a new set of 2000 samples is generated.

http://www.applet-magic.com/CLTsample.htm
View Resource **Monty Hall Paradox

This java applet provides students with opportunities to visualize the Monty Hall paradox (i.e., the famous ?three-door? problem often discussed in introductory statistics courses). By going through the simulation and reading the accompanying materials, students can better understand concepts related to probability, and they can also see the need to gather data in order to test theories about...

http://math.ucsd.edu/~crypto/Monty/monty.html
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