Interactive Statistics Modules
The Baylor Interactive Statistics Modules Project (“BaylorISMs”) is a compendium of free online tools for statistics education and practice. Each module is accessed through your web browser using Wolfram Research’s computational document format (.cdf) technology. To learn more about the project, see the about page or contact us.
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Let’s face it – statistics can be boring. And even worse, confusing. In this area you’ll find collections of modules which bring the concepts from the chalkboard to your computer screen where you can interact with them in natural, fluid ways.
Learning statistics on your own and teaching others often require different tools. In this section you’ll find complex tools with a wide range of flexibility which are great in the classroom.
Whether it’s trying to ellicit the right prior or trying to understand the power of your analysis, in this section you’ll find modules which enable you to get the job done the right way.
Journal articles are the preeminent venue of statistical research. Novel theory, innovative methods, and revolutionary implementations are almost all unveiled in their final form in journal articles. This area of BaylorISMs is your one-stop-shop for user-contributed modules which enhance learning and understanding of statistical science’s newest innovations.
Want to be part of the BaylorISMs Project? Whether it’s sharing your awesome t-test lecture with the world or animating your JASA brain child, in this corner we teach you what you need to know to join the effort.