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Sampling from a Normal Distribution
This web visualization demonstrates the concept of a sampling distribution of an estimate, using the example of a mean of a Normally distributed variable. It also reinforces the idea of a histogram.
Sampling distribution of the mean
This video explores the concept of a sampling distribution of the mean. It highlights how we can draw conclusions about a population mean based on a sample mean by understanding how sample means behave when we know the true values of the population.
Sampling distributions of the mean
This file contains a collection of clicker questions that target concepts on sampling distribution of the mean.
WeBWorK Question ECON 325 HW6 additional Q1
A WeBWorK question that assesses understanding of the sampling distribution of the sample mean and how it varies with sample size.
The math of networks: Random walks and Google PageRank
Random walks on networks, explored by simulation and calculations, with connection to Google PageRank