MERLOT Materials

Show results for

Filter by

169-192 of 1,415 results for: MERLOT Materials

This is a collection of java applets that illustrate surprising and/or classical statistical results through... see more

Probability plotter and calculator allows students to explore different distributions and their relationships.... see more

A lot of events in our life seem random or impossible to predict. However, with probability theory we can learn more... see more

This site, created by David Howell of the University of Vermont, gives the outlines and shows the lessons for psychology... see more

This course emphasizes the analysis of ethnographic and other forms of qualitative data in public health research. We... see more

Teaches Queuing to and a little Simulation, using a Visual Basic macro in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. Contains three... see more

This activity focuses on basic ideas of linear regression. It covers creating scatterplots from data, describing the... see more

Resource Watch features over 200+ reliable and timely data sets in one place on the state of the planet's resources and... see more

This applet simulates a situation where a rocket is launched if it passes three independent stages.

This interactive Java applet considers a sailor trying to go from one point to another in the shortest possible time when... see more

This article, created by James A. Hanley and Stanley H. Shapiro of McGill University, presents a dataset from an... see more

This Site contains several interactive R Shiny apps that help us visualize statistical concepts.

The t-distribution activity is a student-based in-class activity to illustrate the conceptual reason for the... see more

This online lecture is designed for people just starting to use SPSS. The user will have a hands-on experience using SPSS... see more

Project Description “STARS Cafe” is a single-player mobile game developed for the Research Methods course to teach... see more

The American roulette wheel has 38 numbered slots: 1 through 36, 0, and 00. If the wheel is fair, the ball will be... see more

Observe a random variable X very many times. In the long run, the proportion of outcomes taking any value gets close to... see more

StatSpace is an open repository of modular resources for use in teaching introductory statistics. Many resources use... see more

This java applet can be used to determine whether or not the means in two sample populations are significantly different.

Example and calculator illustrating the t-test in probability and statistics. This is part of the larger site Virtual... see more

An animation and short description of the Taguchi Loss Function.

This journal article, created by Gerd Gigerenzer and Peter Sedlmeier, respectively of the Max Planck Institute for Human... see more

This is a book about the principles behind data journalism. Not what visualization software to use and how to scrape a... see more

This article explains how the general public can read a news report of a poll without being duped by the hype.