JSM 2011 Online Program

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522 * ! Wed, 8/3/2011, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-B118/119
Computing and the First Statistics Course — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistical Education
Chair(s): Bonnie Pleasants Dumas, Medical University of South Carolina
10:35 AM Is the T-Test Really Dead? Part 1 Richard De Veaux, Williams College ; Paul Velleman, Cornell University
10:50 AM Is the T-Test Really Dead? Part 2 Paul Velleman, Cornell University ; Richard De Veaux, Williams College
11:05 AM Using Technology Resources to Teach Sampling Distributions in Introductory Statistics Courses Ramon Gomez, Florida International University
11:20 AM Spatial Statistics and Cartography Using SOCR Dave A. Zes, University of California at Los Angeles ; Ivo D. Dinov, University of California at Los Angeles ; Nicolas Christou, University of California at Los Angeles
11:35 AM Helpr: Documentation Made Friendly Barret E. Schloerke, Iowa State University ; Hadley Wickham, Rice University
11:50 AM Teaching Introductory Statistics Made Easy with R Shiju Zhang, St. Cloud State University
12:05 PM Basic Statistics with Calculus: Augmenting the Familiar Robert Jernigan, American University



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