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Intro Statistics ETextbook with: lessons, flashcards, decision trees, a glossary, and a list of formulas and symbols.
It's the perfect tool for students in an intro statistics course, or professionals who need a Stats 101 book on their phone.
Statistics 1 was pilot tested in a statistics course at Abilene Christian University. Here’s what some of the students had to say:
“It gives reallife examples in each lesson and tables so I can easily reinforce the information I just read.”
“It's a great tool to go to for an easy answer. Instead of searching through a whole textbook I can click on a specific section in the app and find the answer easily and see a graph that represents the idea.”
Coming soon: Quizzes, calculators, and sims.
The app was designed by educational psychology Ph.D.s, statistics teachers, and software experts. Many of us learned stats the traditional, boring way – through books and lectures. We always wanted more interactive, visual, and engaging ways to learn stats. Stats has many abstract concepts so we use realworld examples to anchor your understanding.
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It seems good for what it is, but it only covers 2/3 of a stats 101 course. They're missing probablility and the functions involved in probablility
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Incomplete product I installed this on an android. The sims were missing and the quizzes were missing. Perhaps the product is fully functional on an iphone.
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It seems good for what it is, but it only covers 2/3 of a stats 101 course. They're missing probablility and the functions involved in probablility
Incomplete product I installed this on an android. The sims were missing and the quizzes were missing. Perhaps the product is fully functional on an iphone.
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