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resources for homeschooling parents and students on a variety of topics and subject
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Electronic Textbook - General Statistical Concepts Ages: 17+The Electronic Textbook begins with an overview of the relevant elementary (pivotal) concepts and continues with a more in depth exploration of specific areas of statistics, organized by "modules,' accessible by buttons, representing classes...Subjects: math, statistics, books, training, material, courses, business
An Introductory Statistics Textbook and Tutorial Ages: 5+One important use of descriptive statistics is to summarize a collection of data in a clear and understandable way. Graphical methods are better suited than numerical methods for identifying patterns in the data..Subjects: math, statistics, demos, exercise, distributions, hypothesis
Descriptive Statistics Introduction Ages: 15+Without statistics this task would come down to simple guess work. You could never know for sure if that worthless mutt were getting the best (cheapest) treats for your dollar. Without statistics we couldn't plany our budgets, pay our taxes...Subjects: math, statistics, mode, variation, range, standard deviation
Free Statistics on the Web - Learning Statistics Ages: 12+Free statistical software, free mathematical software, statistical data. Some videos about statistical software are available on freestatistics channel on youtube, where it was also created a playlist of statistics tutorials.Subjects: math, statistics, concepts, applications, videos, applets
Principles of Learning Statistics Ages: 12+Based on the relevant research in the context of constructivist principles, I have formulated some general principles of learning statistics. Many research studies conducted both in education and in psychology support the theory that students learn...Subjects: math, statistics, activities, learning, studies, research