## Visual statistics 2.0Visual Statistics is an interactive multimedia tool designed to teach statistical concepts in a graphical and user-friendly environment. The software consists of 21 topics that are typically covered in an Introductory Statistics or Business Statistics course, and can be found in other courses such as Regression, Quality Control and Forecasting. The software can be used alone or with a textbook. This unique tool fosters "interactive learning" through competency-building exercises, individual and team experiments, relevant examples and built-in databases. |

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### Contents

Introduction Using Visual Statistics 1 | 13 |

Visualizing Univariate Data Analysis | 17 |

Visualizing Random Processes | 37 |

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### Other editions - View all

Visual Statistics: Part I David P. Doane,Kieran D. Mathieson,Ronald L. Tracy No preview available - 1997 |

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ANOVA table approximation binary variable box plot Central Limit Theorem chi-square test click OK combo box confidence interval Consult the Glossary control limits Control Panel correlation critical value database degrees of freedom display dot plot Experiment button F statistic frequency graph histogram Illustration of Concepts increases independent variable intercept kurtosis Learning Exercises Name median menu bar module normal distribution null hypothesis Options outliers Overview of Concepts p-value power curve prediction interval predictors press OK Press the Show probability distribution probability plot random variable range Read the Overview Read the scenario regression model reject residuals Sample button sample mean sampling distribution scatter plot Scenarios tab screen scroll bar seasonality select the Scenarios Self-Evaluation Quiz shape Show Notebook button skewness slope spin button standard deviation standard error Student's t distribution sum of squares Take New Sample team member test statistic true model Type I error Visual Statistics zero