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Probability -- Multivariate Distributions

Statistical Topic Classifications
Conditional (4)
Expectations (10)
Functions of Random Variables (5)
Joint (12)

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View Resource Analyzing and Drawing Conclusions from Bivariate Data

This Concept Map explores the aspects of bivariate data. It provides related vocabulary as well as an introduction to Fathom.

http://napaneedss.limestone.on.ca/greer/mdm4u/Chapter1/bivar...
View Resource Bivariate Normal Model: A Classroom Project

This article describes a hands-on class activity for understanding the bivariate normal distribution by constructing a three-dimensional model.

http://www.rsscse-edu.org.uk/tsj/bts/maxfield1/text.html
View Resource Categorical Data Activity

This activity will allow students to familiarize themselves with technology and its use in calculating marginal, conditional, and joint distributions, as well as making conclusions from these tabular and graphical displays. The corresponding data set 'Pizza Data' is located at the following web address: http://www.causeweb.org/repository/ACT/PIZZA.TXT

http://www.causeweb.org/repository/ACT/Categorical_Data_Acti...
View Resource How well can hand size predict height?

This activity uses student's own data to introduce bivariate relationship using hand size to predict height. Students enter their data through a real-time online database. Data from different classes are stored and accumulated in the database. This real-time database approach speeds up the data gathering process and shifts the data entry and cleansing from instructor to engaging students in the...

http://serc.carleton.edu/sp/cause/cooperative/examples/18172...
View Resource Manuals for Univariate and Multivariate Statistics

These manuals were created for clarification of the basic concepts and as a refresher for those who may have long since forgotten those basics. Note that these guides do not include lengthy examples of the applications, but do include the theories, formulae, and assumptions inherent to univariate and multivariate techniques. Multiple choice quizzes on various topics are also available.

http://www.uwsp.edu/psych/cw/statmanual/index.html
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