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Topic: [ap-stat] Fwd: new WISE teaching resources for statistical power and confidence intervals
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dennis roberts

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[ap-stat] Fwd: new WISE teaching resources for statistical power and confidence intervals
Posted: Aug 3, 2012 7:55 PM
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Dale Berger at Claremont ... sent this to the EDSTAT list I run ... you
might find some of the WISE applets to be helpful.
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Dear Colleagues,

EDSTAT-L members are invited to visit our teaching website at
http://wise.cgu.edu where we have recently added fun interactive applets to
demonstrate how confidence intervals are created and how confidence
intervals on bar charts are commonly misinterpreted. Another recent addition
is an expanded tutorial on statistical power, joining tutorials on sampling
distributions, hypothesis testing, central limit theorem, etc. Comments and
suggestions are welcome!

http://wise.cgu.edu/



Cheers, Dale Berger

Dale E. Berger, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
Claremont Graduate University
Claremont, CA 91711

Statistics Web Site: http://wise.cgu.edu






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