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Walter Antoniotti

Statistics using The Quick Notes Learning System - 0 views

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    Traditional course in Statistics is outlined in twenty-four, two-page learning units each followed by a two-page practice set and two pages of Quick Questions. Learning units and practice sets are designed as a continuous case dealing with marketing questions for descriptive Statistics and probability and then dealing with manufacturing questions for inferential Statistics. Complete solutions are provided at the back arranged in a row so they appear as the solution to case problem.\n
Walter Antoniotti

Excel Statistics Lab Manual - 0 views

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    Free Internet lab manual for the free Internet textbook Statistics using The Quick Notes Learning System. Problems are in column A with directions on how to do them. Data is in column B as is a place for Excel to put the answer. User follows the directions, answers are generated by Excel, user interprets the answer. Complete solution provided in the next worksheet.
Walter Antoniotti

Free Business Software - 0 views

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    free software to help with accounting, statistics, communication, information management, mathematics, spreadsheets, suits,
Walter Antoniotti

Excel Internet Library - 0 views

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    Free Internet MS Excel learning materials grouped as follows. 1) Beginners 2) Intermediate 3) Advanced 4) Business 5) Statistics 6) Educators 7) blogs 8) Free Templates 8)
Kathleen N

About ediscio - ediscio.com - 0 views

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    Unlimited creativity in creating flashcards: Use LaTeX-formulas, pictures, videos, text formatting, Learning statistics which show you exactly what you should concentrate on,Import and export of flashcards (CSV, XLS, Html),Download your flashcards for offline learning (printing function)
Kris Abel

90% of kids using the net: study - 0 views

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    "More Australian children than ever are using the internet and playing computer games, a new Bureau of Statistics survey shows, with 90 per cent of kids aged 5 to 14 now accessing the web - double what it was a decade ago."
Paul Beaufait

English: Who speaks English? | The Economist - 3 views

  • This was not a statistically controlled study: the subjects took a free test online and of their own accord. 
  • But Philip Hult, the boss of EF, says that his sample shows results similar to a more scientifically controlled but smaller study by the British Council.
  • Several factors correlate with English ability.  Wealthy countries do better overall. But smaller wealthy countries do better still: the larger the number of speakers of a country’s main language, the worse that country tends to be at English.
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  • Export dependency is another correlate with English. Countries that export more are better at English (though it’s not clear which factor causes which).
  • Teaching plays a role, too. Starting young, while it seems a good idea, may not pay off: children between eight and 12 learn foreign languages faster than younger ones, so each class hour on English is better spent on a 10-year-old than on a six-year-old.
  • Teaching plays a role, too. Starting young, while it seems a good idea, may not pay off: children between eight and 12 learn foreign languages faster than younger ones, so each class hour on English is better spent on a 10-year-old than on a six-year-old.
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    R.L.G. (2011.04.05) suggests a large-scale study of an uncontrolled sample population "confirms ... stereotypes" (¶1), and "shows results similar to ... [an unspecified] study by the British Council" (¶3 [URL from original, retrieved 2011.04.14).
thinksys_inc

Top 4 Mobile App Development Mistakes to Avoid - 0 views

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    Take a look at some of these fun statistics: * There are 6.8 billion people on the planet. 5.1 billion of them own a cell phone Source: Mobile Marketing Association Asia) * It takes 90 minutes for the average person to respond to an email.
Walter Antoniotti

I Flipped statistics using computers - 8 views

http://www.textbooksfree.org/Interesting_Thoughts_Concerning_Education_Page1.htm#Battlefield_Reflections_of_a__Life-Long_Statistic_Teacher_

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Paul Beaufait

SAS and R: Options for teaching R to beginners: a false dichotomy? - 4 views

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    Horton, Nick. (2017.07.27). Options for teaching R to beginners . . . [weblog post].
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