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View Resource Java Demos for Probability and Statistics

Statisticians as well as students, instructors, and practitioners of other social sciences will appreciate this intelligible collection of Java applets. The interactive applets clearly model probability distributions and illustrate other basic statistical concepts. Included are applets that demonstrate hypergeometric distribution, Poisson distribution, normal distribution, bivariate normal...

https://www.math.csusb.edu/faculty/stanton/m262/index.html
View Resource Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics

The University of Alabama's Mathematical Sciences Department has made available the Virtual Laboratories in Probabilities and Statistics website. This project is partially funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The project's focus is to "provide interactive, web-based modules for students and teachers of probability and statistics." It specifically emphasizes mathematical analysis, data...

https://www.randomservices.org/random/
View Resource NOVA: Prediction by the Numbers

In an era of "big data" and machine learning, statistical predictions are playing an increasingly large role in many facets of our lives - from politics to medicine, to weather forecasts. How do people use statistics to make predictions and how much can we trust these predictions? This recent episode of PBS's NOVA series, which aired on February 28, 2018, explores the history of statistics and...

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https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/video/prediction-by-the-number...
View Resource The Pudding: The Birthday Paradox

How many people do you need to gather in order to find two individuals with the same birthday? Most people who asked this question tend to answer with a number that is much too high. The phenomenon is known as the "birthday paradox." Russell Goldenberg of The Pudding has created this interactive experiment designed to help visitors understand the math behind the birthday paradox. In this...

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https://pudding.cool/2018/04/birthday-paradox/