The Electronic Encyclopedia of Statistical Exercises and Examples
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|Supplementing introductory textbooks, the Electronic Encyclopedia of Statistical Exercises and Examples (EESEE) comprises over 80 "real-world" stories, or examples, about the uses and abuses of statistics and statistical inference, drawn from published and printed media encompassing a wide range of subject-matter areas. Each case study is accompanied by problems, graphics, and, in most cases, data sets portable to various statistical software packages. Some stories are also accompanied by video clips. Preview or order the CD-ROM. A product of a National Science Foundation grant to Cornell University and The Ohio State University, currently developed with support at the latter by W.H. Freeman & Company.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Graphics, Video, Problems/Puzzles|
|Math Topics:||Data Sets, Statistics, Applications/Connections|
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