Teaching Elementary Statistics with JMP
Chris Olsen's Teaching Elementary Statistics with JMP demonstrates this powerful software, offering the latest research on "best practice" in teaching statistics and how JMP can facilitate it. Just as statistics is data in a context, this book presents JMP in a context: teaching statistics. Olsen includes numerous examples of interesting data and intersperses JMP techniques and statistical analyses with thoughts from the statistics education literature. Intended for high school-level and college-level instructors who use JMP in teaching elementary statistics, the book uniquely provides a wide variety of data sets that will be of interest to a broad range of teachers and students. This book is part of the SAS Press program.
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Chapter 2 Distributions
Chapter 3 The Analysis of DataUnivariate
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Chapter 5 The Analysis of Bivariate DataDiagnostics
Chapter 6 Inference with Quantitative Data
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