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README.md

Statistical Thinking: A Simulation Approach to Modeling Uncertainty

Covers for all editions.

This is the GitHub repository for the supplementary materials for the book Statistical Thinking: A Simulation Approach to Modeling Uncertainty. Here you can find a PDF file of the lab manual, as well as the TinkerPlots™ datasets used in the book. The materials in the book are based on the NSF-funded CATALST Project (DUE-0814433). The book itself can be accessed at http://zief0002.github.io/statistical-thinking/.

To download all of the materials at this site, click on the Clone or Download button and select Download ZIP. This will download a ZIP file of the entire site on your local computer. Alternatively, direct your browser to http://z.umn.edu/statisticalthinking.

TinkerPlots™

The book makes use of the TinkerPlots™ software. TinkerPlots™ can be purchased and downloaded (for Mac or PC) from http://www.tinkerplots.com/download.

Reporting Typos, Issues, etc.

To report typos, dead links, or other problems you encounter in the book, please send an email to zief0002@umn.edu.

Contributions from Montana State University

Montanta State University used and adapted the CATALST materials in their introductory statistics courses, and have graciously made these adapted materials available to others here on GitHub. Click the MSU-materials folder to read more.

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