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Java Applets for Visualization of Statistical Concepts  
The website contain sections in Basics, Tests, Regression and Anova. These applets are designed for the purpose of computer-aided education in statistic courses. The approach taken here is based upon visualization and simulation.
Submitted: Aug 13, 2004
WebCab Probability and Statistics (J2SE Edition)  
This suite consists of four packages: Statistics, Discrete Probability, Standard Probability Distributions, Hypothesis Testing, Correlation and Linear Regression.
Submitted: Sep 19, 2004
Statistical applets  
This collection of of Java applets comes from NWP Associates, Inc. Datasets up to 100 rows, 10 columns can be analyzed for free; anything larger requires a subscription (Distributions, Probability & Stochastic Processes, Statistics and others).
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Statistical Tables  
Need Statistical tables? Just point to the URL above and your audience can use them. Code can be downloaded, although I would advise you to wait for my newer version. The current version is not a full "Literate program", it is only semi-literate. This page contains a few of the applets developed in JAVA. The graphical stuff is based on Leigh Brookshaw's Graph2D class. The complete code is available if you are interested.
Submitted: Nov 01, 1999
Gambler's Ruin  
Gambler's Ruin is a famous problem in statistics. This applet lets you view it. Source code is avialable.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
After putting points on the graph area the correlation coefficient, regression line and residuals are computed and displayed.
Submitted: Nov 03, 1999
Statistics Online Computational Resource  
A suite of Java tools for education and statistical computing. The SOCR resource includes: Distribution modelers, experiments, games, analysis and additional Java GUI-based tools.
Submitted: Aug 05, 2005
Least-Squares fitting of data  
This applet determines a linear or polynomial function that is least-squares fitted to a discrete set of data points. Functions of one variable can be plotted.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Statiscope presents summarizing data and descriptive statistical charts. In the applet you can enter data manually or download data over the Internet. Charts included: Distribution, Probability mass, Density, Box plot, Stem & leaf. Other features such as hypothesis testing and calculation of confidence intervals are also included. The user interface is responsive and friendly, e.g. Statiscope introduces a new funny way of changing the scale. It is intended both for people learning the concepts of statistics and for practical use by researchers of various kinds... Statiscope is also available as a standalone application that has Open and Save menu options.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Sampling Distribution Simulation  
This Java applet lets you explore various aspects of sampling distributions. When the applet begins, a histogram of a normal distribution is displayed at the topic of the screen.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
This applet lets you calculate the chisquare statistic for a simple table, then simulate the chisquare statistic to estimate the P-Value.
Submitted: Nov 03, 1999
Normal Probabilities  
This is a more interactive applet than the previous one; it allows the user to drag the ends of the included region with the mouse. This applet is more fun but its accuracy is limited by the resolution of the screen. However, it may be more educational because the user directly experiences the connection between the shaded area under the normal distribution and the probability.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
This is a "Guessing Correlations" applet: you press the button. Four scatter plots should appear. Your job is to match the plots with the correlations. Choose which plot you think goes with each correlation, then you can see the answers.
Submitted: Nov 03, 1999
Log Statistics  
This document has the following sections: Statistics Files, Sorting Statistics, Charting Statistics, Displaying Statistics, Buttons. The Log Statistics page allows you to sort and display service log data in several ways.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Brownian motion 3  
In this simulation particles begin a 60-step random walk from the origin. The x-values at the end of the walk are tallied, and a running frequency graph is displayed. This graph tends towards a fixed limit as the number of trials increases: the famous Gaussian distribution (aka, the infamous Bell curve).
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Use to answer all questions which specify a probability and ask for the relevant range of raw or z-scores. Also does transformations between raw scores and z-scores in either direction.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics  
Java applets that demonstrate various statistical concepts.
Submitted: Nov 01, 1999
Galton's quincunx  
This applet simulates Galton's Board, in which balls are dropped through a triangular array of nails. This device is also called a quincunx.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Interactive Statistics Pages  
Some Experimental Interactive Statistics Pages at UIUC.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
Power of a Hypothesis Test Applet  
This applet illustrates the fundamental principles of statistical hypothesis testing through the simplest example: the test for the mean of a single normal population, variance known (the Z test).
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Normal Approximation to Binomial  
The initial graph shows the probability distribution associated with flipping a fair coin 12 times defining a head as a success. The vertical lines represent the probabilites of obtaining each of the 13 possible outcomes (0-12 heads).
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Normal Tables  
This applet illustrates how to use "old-fashioned" tables of normal probabilities. This applet is sometimes tempermental and requires a tall browser window.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Brownian motion 3b  
In this simulation particles begin a 60-step random walk from the origin. The x-values at the end of the walk are tallied, and a running frequency graph is displayed. This graph tends towards a fixed limit as the number of trials increases: the famous Gaussian distribution (aka, the infamous Bell curve).
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Central Limit Theorem Applet  
This applet demonstrates the central limit theorem using simulated dice-rolling experiments. An "experiment" consists of rolling a certain number of dice (1-5 dice are available in this applet) and adding the number of spots showing.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
New Confidence Interval Applet  
This applet is designed to help students understand confidence intervals. Each of the 50 lines on the graph represents a confidence interval for the mean (assuming known variance).
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Brownian motion 1  
In 1827 the English botanist Robert Brown noticed that pollen grains suspended in water jiggled about under the lens of the microscope, following a zigzag path. you can view a simulation of this in this applet.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
A "Small" Effect Size Can Make a Large Difference  
Each applicant for a job is given a series of tests and interviews from which a numerical "suitability" score is calculated. This score is designed to predict success on the job and is used as the criterion for selecting applicants.
Submitted: Nov 03, 1999
Leverage points  
This applet shows effect of leverage points on the regression line.
Submitted: Nov 03, 1999
IDD Statistics Viewer  
This Java applet is an interactive IDD Latency Statistics Server.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999
Brownian motion 2  
In this simulation a particle starts from the origin and undergoes Brownian motion for 60 steps.
Submitted: Nov 02, 1999

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