ActivStats is an award-winning multimedia introduction to statistics and a comprehensive learning tool. The ActivStats lesson book, organized by chapter, combines text with interactive features such as real-world videos, teaching applets, narrated and animated lessons, and interactive homework for all major introductory statistics topics. ActivStats also includes tools for performing simulations, visualizing inference, and learning a variety of statistics software, including Data Desk (R), Excel (R), JMP (R), Minitab (R), and SPSS (R). ActivStats can be used alone or as a complement to any Pearson statistics textbook. It also meets the ASA/MAA guidelines for teaching introductory statistics and the Advanced Placement Statistics Course. ActivStats can be used in a laboratory, as a personal study guide, as part of a lecture presentation, or as the core of a self-paced or distance learning course.
|Publication date:||24th January 2008|
|Author:||Paul F. Velleman|
|Publisher:||Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Categories:||Probability & statistics,|
About the Author: Paul Velleman teaches statistics at Cornell University and is the thefounder of Data Description, Inc. Professor Velleman is recognized as a leader in the development of educational software for statistics. About the Producer: Data Description is a software developer based in Ithaca, NY, that creates software tools for analyzing data and multimedia training courseware.More About Paul F. Velleman