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Bill Tabrisky

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Re: Moore & McCabe problems & resampling
Posted: Jun 2, 1996 9:59 AM
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Peter Bruce,mail!resample.com!pbruce,Internet writes:
A colleague has prepared 10-20 problems from Moore & McCabe to be done from
a resampling approach using Resampling Stats. We have not vetted these, but
would be happy to provide them to anyone teaching or considering teaching
resampling methods.

Peter Bruce

Peter Bruce voice 703-522-2713
Resampling Stats fax 703-522-5846
612 N. Jackson St. stats@resample.com
Arlington, VA 22201 www.statistics.com



Peter-
I would be greatly interested in receiving a copy of the problems. Also,
a check from The Lovett School should be in the mail for the program you sent
me so long ago. I am very much interested in purchasing more copies (a site
license?) but I cannot get the school to provide me with the right kind of
computer support, yet. Maybe next year. In the meanwhile, I plan on using
Resampling Stats to do demonstrations/experiments and maybe teach the
students a little of the language so if one of them wants to do a project
with the program she can.
Thank you very much for your patience with me. I've had the program
longer than I should have.

Sincerely,

Bill Tabrisky

btabrisky@mail.lovett.pvt.k12.ga.us

607 Countryside Lane
Smyrna, GA 30080





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