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Statistical reasoning may be defined as the way people reason with statistical ideas and make sense of statistical information (Garfield and Gal 1999).

Hypothesis Testing

Published: Mar 17th, 2014

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Did I Get This – Logic of Hypothesis Testing

Published: Mar 8th, 2013

The most commonly accepted tradition is that undergraduate college students will study 2 hours outside of class for every hour in class. This means 30 hours/week for a full-time student […]

Learn By Doing – Logic of Hypothesis Testing

Published: Mar 8th, 2013

For many years “working full-time” has meant 40 hours per week. Now it seems that corporate employers expect their employees to work more than this amount. A researcher decides to […]

Applet – Reasoning of a Statistical Test

Published: Mar 8th, 2013

To try out this process for yourself, you can try this interactive applet to test whether the free throw percentage of a selected basketball player is different from 80%. Interactive Applet: Reasoning […]

Little Handbook – Is Statistics Hard?

Published: Jul 30th, 2012

Required Reading: From the online version of Little Handbook of Statistical Practice, this reading contains excellent comments about common reasons why many feel that “statistics is hard.”

Hypothesis Testing

Hypothesis Testing

Published: Jul 28th, 2012

Introduction General Idea and Logic of Hypothesis Testing CO-6: Apply basic concepts of probability, random variation, and commonly used statistical probability distributions. LO 6.26: Outline the logic and process of hypothesis […]