# Resource Library

#### Statistical Topic

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• ### Java Applets for Visualization of Statistical Concepts

This collection of applets simulate many different statistical concepts such as: distributions, correlation, hypothesis testing, regression, and ANOVA.
• ### Scatterplot

This site gives a definition and an example of scatterplots. Topics include positive and negative association.
• ### Numerical Summaries

This site gives a definition and an example of numerical summaries. Topics include mean, median, quantiles, variance, and standard deviation.
• ### Normal Distributions

This site gives a definition and an example of normal distributions. Topics include assessing normality and normal probability plots.
• ### Categorical Data

This site gives a definition and an example of categorical data. Topics include two-way tables, bar graphs, and segmented bar graphs.
• ### GAISE Draft Report

The GAISE project was funded by a Strategic Initiative Grant from ASA in 2003 to develop ASA-endorsed guidelines for assessment and instruction in statistics in the K-12 curriculum and for the introductory college statistics course.
• ### Mathematics

A collection of links to video workshops for students in mathematics. Includes many topics from statistics to math and science to algebra.
• ### Introduction to Statistics: Mean, Median, and Mode

The goal of this lesson is to introduce the concepts of mean, median and mode and to develop understanding and familiarity with these ideas. The activity lets students explore mean and median in an efficient way and the discussion helps them to formalize their knowledge of measures of center.
• ### Markov Chains

Develops the idea of the transition matrix and what it can tell you.
• ### Observational Studies

This lesson on observational studies discusses the nature of such studies, the relationships between various data sets, and regression. Graphs illustrate the relationships, and exercises at the end test the user's comprehension and understanding. It is taken from the online textbook for West. Mich. Univ. online introductory stats course.