Interactive Graphs for Statistics for Social Science
Martin Poulter, DeSTRESS Project
These graphs redraw themselves dynamically in response to user clicks (or touches, if you're using a tablet device). They are web pages with embedded programs, requiring no plug-ins or special software. They may be quite slow in some versions of Internet Explorer.
1. Effect on trendlines of censoring data
regression line; effect of choosing starting point
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7. Measures of income spread
absolute and percentage change; range, s.d. and variance
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11. The shape of the sampling distribution
sampling from a skewed distribution; distinguishing the population, sample and sampling distribution
12. Distribution of sample standard deviations and why we use n-1 to calculate sample sd (incomplete)
sampling; Bessel's correction
13. Correlation of a sample (incomplete)
University of Sussex
Interactive Excel spreadsheets
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