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some web sites
Posted: Nov 21, 1996 5:39 PM
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I mentioned the UCLA statistics site in a recent message, and had a
request for its address. I thought others might be interested in this:

The direct answer is:
go to and click on "Case Studies"

Or take the scenic route:

(1) go to
click on "Stat Links"
click on "CHANCE"
click on "other related internet sources"
scroll to the bottom, or near it, and
click on "UCLA Statistics Department"
click on "Case Studies"

And while you're at it, don't miss this one:
(2) go to Robin Lock's page, as in (1) above
click on "Journal Of Statistics Education..."
click on "DASL..."

Bruce King
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Western Connecticut State University
181 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810

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