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Internet Companion for Statistics : Guide and Activities for the Web

   by Michael D. Larsen

    Duxbury Press
    25 July, 2003


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About the Author
Michael Larsen is a Senior Lecturer in the Statistics Department at the University of Chicago. He has also taught statistics at both Stanford and Harvard, and has worked as a research associate for both the U.S. Census Bureau, and the National Opinion Research Center.

Book Description
As the catalog of resources on the Internet grows, the opportunities for learning expand, as do the difficulty of evaluating Web sites. THE INTERNET COMPANION FOR STATISTICS provides educators and students with an organized, clear, and reliable interface to the Internet. An excellent accompaniment to a main text, this book includes numerous examples and exercises that refer to motivating online material related directly to specific topics covered in the introductory statistics course. Helpful exercises include numerical, short answer, and expository problems related to the appropriate Web sites as listed in the book. On the accompanying Book Companion Web Site, you will find regularly updated links, as well as additional resources for quickly and effectively integrating the Internet into your Introductory Statistics course.

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