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Introduction to Statistics

Intro
 Welcome to Intro to Stats - Please read before starting the course!
 Why should I take a Statistics course?
 News forum - Check back on each visit to see any announcements.
Section 1
 Online Calculator
 Screen Capture
 Interactive - Able to create graphical displays on this webpage
 Table of Random Digits
Section 2
 The mathematics of the collection, organization, and interpretation of numerical data, especially the analysis of population characteristics by inference from sampling. Here is Wikipedia's definition - Please read from beginning through the overview
Section 3
 Watch the following prezi to see some information on the different types of samples that people use to collect data. You will have the ability to take notes on the different types of samples as you go through it at your own pace.
 Quiz collecting data
Section 4
 Simple random samples (SRS) are the best way to collect data. They allow everyone in the population you are trying to collect information about the same chance of being chosen to give their feedback.
 Collecting a simple random sample - Listed as a step by step process - Return here if you have questions about the process along the way.
Section 5
 Please watch the following video on how to construct histograms and describe the data displayed.
 Steps to construct Histograms - Return here if you have questions on the process.
 Describing a Histogram - What we must describe and other details that may help us describe our histogram
Section 6
 Please watch the following video on constructing stemplots
 Steps to construct a stemplot
Section 7
 Please watch the following video on measures of central tendency
 Steps to calculate the mean for a set of data
 Steps to find the median of a set of data
Section 8
 Please watch the following video on calculating the standard deviation for a set of data
 Steps to find the standard deviation for a set of data
Section 9
 Please watch the following video on constructing boxplots
 Steps to construct a boxplot or box and whisker plot
Section 10
 Please watch the following video on determining if your data set has any outliers
 Rules for determining outlying values
 Introduction to Statistics Certificate
Section 11
 Watch the video on misleading statistics. It discusses ways that you are able to manipulate your statistics to show what you want. Disregard the assignment given at the end of the video.
Section 12
 MN State Academic Standards
 NETS-S Standards (ISTE)
 creative commons attribution
Section 14
 Moodle Docs

MoodleShare-Share your Moodles with others or get content/ideas from others willing to share

 Video: Learn to Change (5:35)

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