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'Neva Giv Up' : aww. Why do we make statistics so hard for our students? (Warning: long and slightly wonkish)

Why do we make statistics so hard for our students?

Winston Churchill's Never Give In Speech. Prime Minister Winston Churchill's address to Harrow School on October 29, 1941 : Introduction Almost a year has passed since I came down here at your Head Master's kind invitation in order to cheer myself and cheer the hearts of a few of my friends by singing some of our own songs.

Winston Churchill's Never Give In Speech

Body of speech The ten months that have passed have seen very terrible catastrophic events in the world--ups and downs, misfortunes-- but can anyone sitting here this afternoon, this October afternoon, not feel deeply thankful for what has happened in the time that has passed and for the very great improvement in the position of our country and of our home? Free Stats Books, Classes & Exercises.

Free Data

How to Analyze Information. How Iceland Got Teens to Say No to Drugs - The Atlantic. “We have all these instruments at home,” their father told me earlier.

How Iceland Got Teens to Say No to Drugs - The Atlantic

“We tried to get them into music. Interactive Stats Websites. Stats & Science Videos. Stats Vocab & Basic Tutorials.

Identify Varibles Tutorials & Practice

Measurement, Constructs, Operational Definitions. Center, Spread, Normal Curve. Philosophy of Statistics. Reading Stats. Fake Journals & Misinformation. Facts, Denial, Bias, and Ideology. Replication Crisis & Misinformation.

Basics of Numbers, Reporting & Learning. APA Formatting of Results. Infographics. Levels and Types of Data. Choosing Statistical Tests.

History Of Statistics (Good stuff, really)

Statistics in the World, Papers, Examples. Estimation, Common Sense, Numeracy. Hypothesis Testing & Practice Questions. Skew and Kurtosis. Interpret z-scores & probabilities. Nobody understands p-values. Probability and Practice Problems. P-values. Confidence Intervals. Error Bars. How Big? Effect Size & Power.

Rates & Percents. Crosstabs. Chi-sq & Non Parametrics. ANOVA & t-tests. Repeated Measures Designs. Factorials. Correlation & Regression.

General Linear Model

SIngle Subjects Research. Histograms in spss by groups. Toughness testing - Cru-Wear, Z-Wear, Upper vs Lower temper, Cryo vs No Cryo - Knife Steel Nerds. Modern Statistics for Modern Biology. In the previous chapter, the knowledge of both the generative model and the values of the parameters provided us with probabilities we could use for decision making – for instance, whether we had really found an epitope.

Modern Statistics for Modern Biology

In many real situations, neither the generative model nor the parameters are known, and we will need to estimate them using the data we have collected. Statistical modeling works from the data upwards to a model that might plausibly explain the data21 Even if we have found a model that perfectly explains all our current data, it could always be that reality is more complex. A new set of data lets us conclude that another model is needed, and may include the current model as a special case or approximation.. Statistical Modeling — The Pragmatic Guide. Statistical Modeling — The Pragmatic Guide Marcos Silva Follow.

Statistical Modeling — The Pragmatic Guide

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Mathematical Reasoning. Software. Polls. Exporting Results to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel Files. Please note that DISQUS operates this forum.

Exporting Results to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel Files

Bayseian Stats. Teaching stats. Reaction Time Analyses. LifeSuccessPath. New Developments in Statistics. Algebra. Writing Quality. Problems with the K/S test. Food for Thought During Technical Learning. Stats Battles. Inferential Statistics: Hypothesis Testing Using Normal Deviate Z -Test. Enhancing learning and retrieval of new information: a review of the forward testing effect.

Mechanisms that operate during either the encoding or retrieval phase, or both, may contribute to this facilitatory forward effect of interim testing and many possible explanations have been proposed to account for this effect.

Enhancing learning and retrieval of new information: a review of the forward testing effect

Here we briefly review these explanations. It is important to emphasize at the outset that these accounts are not mutually exclusive, that most are at a preliminary stage of development, and that few have been subject to direct testing of their key predictions. To aid understanding, we classify the accounts along two major dimensions, whether they regard encoding or retrieval as the main locus of the forward testing effect, and whether or not they propose that the effect is mediated by changes in motivation (see Table 1). Both the release from PI and encoding reset theories focus on the roles of context changes in the forward testing effect. Hence, Wissman et al. proposed an activation facilitation theory to account for their forward testing effect.

University of Michigan-Flint. Science Education > Cognitive Psychology. Verbal Priming Source: Laboratory of Jonathan Flombaum—Johns Hopkins University Human memory seems to work in two broad ways.

Science Education > Cognitive Psychology

Like modern computers, the human mind has explicit, or declarative, memory: ask a question, and a person gives the best answer they can. Input a query, and a computer program returns the contents of the relevant parts of its stored memory. Calculus III. Show Mobile NoticeShow All NotesHide All Notes You appear to be on a device with a "narrow" screen width (i.e. you are probably on a mobile phone).

Calculus III

Due to the nature of the mathematics on this site it is best views in landscape mode. If your device is not in landscape mode many of the equations will run off the side of your device (should be able to scroll to see them) and some of the menu items will be cut off due to the narrow screen width. Here are my online notes for my Calculus III course that I teach here at Lamar University. Despite the fact that these are my “class notes”, they should be accessible to anyone wanting to learn Calculus III or needing a refresher in some of the topics from the class. The Disability Studies Reader - Lennard J. Davis - Google Books. Biology statistics made simple using Excel.

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    Resources based on classes at SNHU, Argosy University, Brandman University