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|Robert W. Jernigan|
|This blog, "devoted to images that illustrate statistical ideas," has included posts such as "Quincunx: A Designer's View," "A Skewed Runway," "Joint and Marginal Distributions in Legos," "Microbes Illustrate Simpson's Paradox," "How Mariano Rivera Dominates Hitters," "Interactive Age Distributions," "Skyscraper Frequencies," "Friday Fun: Comparing Apples & Oranges," "So Close Yet So Far" (inspired by an exhibition of painter Chuck Close's portraits), "3D Punching Bag Scatterplot," "March Madness: It Didn't Happen Again!" and "A Normal Sidewalk?" Labels categorizing the blog posts range from bell-shaped, distribution, frequency, and pie chart to galton board, heat map, spearman, and tri-modal. Jernigan teaches statistics at American University. Also available from http://statpics.blogspot.com/.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Graphics, Web-Based Discussions, Recreations|
|Math Topics:||Data Analysis, Statistics|
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