Demonstrations
and Tutorials...


An Excellent Demonstration of
the use of the Chi Square Test for Analyzing Contingency Tables.  Using one of several preloaded sample datasets, you specify the
variables to be crosstabbed; the program then generates a detailed analysis, from which
you can interactively explore the effects of merging rows and/or columns in the table. 5/5 Student 

Interactive JavaScript Quizes on using SPSS and Interpretation of Results.
 Also contains other SPSSrelated resources. 4/5 

Java
Demos for Probability and Statistics 3/5 Student


Linear
regression / Correlation Demonstration  Click a
bunch of points onto the screen; as you enter each one, the computer immediately computes
and displays an adjusted regression line (with equation and correlation coefficient)
3/5 

Longitudinal
Research in Social Sciences Q Technique Presentation  By the University of
Western Ontario. Part lecture presentation 4/5 Student


MonteCarlo p
vs Sample Size Simulation for Survey Questionnaire Results  With graphical output 3/5 

Probability by
Surprise  A set of interactive applets: The
Birthday Problem, Say Red, The Collector, Banach's Matchbox Problem, The Matching Problem,
The IID Sequence, Polya's Urn as a restaurant choice, Random Scatter, Traffic jams,
Visualizing Probabilities, Building a Probability Tree, Twodimensional densities with
Conditional Probabilities. Also contains class notes for the Introduction to
Probability class currently taught at Stanford using these, and other webresources. 3/5 Student 

Random Number Generation Good introduction 2/5 Student 

Seeing Statistics  By Gary McClelland  an online textbook containing many animated
(Java) demonstrations. A tour, and part of the complete book, is available free. 4/5 

Simulation of Various Sampling Distributions 3/5 

Statistical Sampling Page
 How To Use Statistical Sampling
Introduction The following sections describe the uses and applications of basic sampling plans 3/5 

Statistics Tutorials These briefly explain the use and interpretation of standard
statistical analysis techniques, using the WINKS program from TexaSoft. Tutorials include: 4/5


VESTAC  Large collection of Java applets for visualizing statistical
concepts (regression, ANOVA, hypothesis tests, all kinds of distributions...) developed at
the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. 4/5 Student 

