Simple, mostly with given data or random "data" | Less simple, including that you can input your own data | Even less simple for various reasons |

Watch a dotplot being made | Make a dotplot after choosing how much to round the values. (Use this data if you want.) | |

Watch a stemplot being made | ||

Histogram animation with many choices | ||

Watch a histogram being made | Compare two histograms | Make a histogram and then change the number of bins and starting point |

Shapes of 20 samples from the same distribution. | ||

or, even simpler, training for estimating standard deviation |
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Percentages in tables | ||

Convergence of sample proportions | ||

Compute various statistics | ||

Change data from rows to columns and sort data | ||

This is a work in progress - about 8 months so far.

We have many different applets, which we're still sorting through about

- which to use
- where to provide more choices of settings
- how to present them

So, for now, we have four lists - from those you might want to give a student even before they start the course, on up to more advanced.

Start | Extras | Advanced | All

For more info about this, including how to copy them yourself, contact Hunter Ellinger, hunter@ellinger.org