HyperStat online textbook
More online textbooks & software guides at statistics.com
Hunter Ellinger's textbook page.
If you ever taught an elementary course in which
the class had no uniform calculator requirement, you might find useful
instructions for calculating mean and standard deviation on various calculator types:
on TI-25 TI-30 TI-36 TI-80 TI-81 TI-82 TI-83 TI-85/86 Casio fx-9700GE Casio fx-250HA
Your student uses a graphing calculator. But "I lost the book!" Backup manuals are here: TI- 83 85 86 89
Modelling on your graphing calculator, but tired of retyping? See instructions for copying models.
Shodor Foundation's probstat tools
Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics Practice with correlations at UIUC. Bonafide random numbers, courtesy of Fourmilab.
I've used student projects in several courses with a large statistics component. Read the social scientist version, which uses merely descriptive statistics, or the business calculus version, which involves curve fitting. The latter is based on Pollack-Johnson & Borchardt's Mathematical Connections.
I have the students collect their own data, so the projects are all different, which makes grading more of a challenge. A busy grad student of my acquaintance uses a different approach, and her project page is here.
Lots more great links on this page at Grinnell College.
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