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Demonstrations 41 - 60 of 870
The Empirical Rule for Normal Distributions
Batting Averages, Weighted Averages, and Simpson's Paradox
The Birthday Problem and Some Generalizations
Maximum Likelihood Estimation
Unbiased and Biased Estimators
Illustrating the Law of Large Numbers
Exact Confidence Intervals for a Single Proportion
Effect of Shock on the Stationary and Nonstationary Autoregressive (AR) Process
Inferences about the Difference between Two Proportions
HH versus HT Pattern Expectations in Sequences of Coin Flips
Cumulative Frequency Curves
Bayesian Distribution of Sample Mean
Rare Event Analysis by Flow Cytometry
Omitted Variable Bias in 3D
Finding Probabilities for Intervals of a Normal Distribution
Fitting Times-to-Failure to a Weibull Distribution
Obtuse Random Triangles from Three Points in a Rectangle
Predicting Maximum Sea Levels
Tumor Growth Model
Central Limit Theorem Illustrated with Four Probability Distributions
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