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Tool: Probability/Statistics Object Library
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Description: The Library contains applets and the components of the applets for use by teachers and students of probability and statistics. These objects (both executable files and source code) can be downloaded, modified if desired, and reused. The objects are divided into three packages: applets, the top level objects in the library, are in the experiments package; objects with visible interfaces include virtual versions of physical objects, (such as coins, dice, cards, and sampling objects), and user-interface objects such as custom graphs and tables, all part of the devices package; and mathematical objects, including probability distributions, data structures, and random variables, all of which form the distributions package. The Java objects can be used by teachers and students with programming experience to modify the applets or to create custom applets.
Technology Type: Java Applet 
Authors: Kyle Siegrist
University of Alabama
Huntsville
Language: English 
Cost: Does not require payment for use

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Courses: Probability & Statistics General

Teacher Review (Based on classroom experience)
Reviewer: Craig, Feb 9 2005 10:28:55:943PM
What did students learn? A variety of probability and statistics concepts
Recommended for: Probability & Statistics: Data and Distributions, Samples and Experiments, Probability, Inference
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