Rossman, Workshop Statistics: Discovery With Data .New York: Springer-Verlag. 1996 or
Schaeffer et al. Activity Based Statistics. New York: Springer-Verlag. 1996.
The approach to both seems to be activity-based and aimed at developing statistical understanding, not merely computational literacy in statistics.
I'm considering either the Rossman or the Schaeffer as an adjunct or lab manual to Moore (which seems entirely adequate...not as involuted as the Moore and McCabe). Is anyone who has reviewed either of these texts willing to contribute his or her analysis to the discussion group?
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