Daniel W. Adrian
Assistant Professor
Department of Statistics
Grand Valley State University
Shiny Apps in R
Examples for STA 215 (Introductory Applied Statistics / AP Stats)
Analysis of a single proportion
Sampling distribution of the sample proportion:
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Confidence interval for population proportion:
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Hypothesis test for population proportion:
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"Forward" and "Backward" calculations for the standard normal distribution:
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Analysis of a single mean
Sampling distribution of the sample mean and Central Limit Theorem:
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Comparing the t distribution to the standard normal distribution:
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Confidence intervals for population mean:
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Hypothesis tests for population mean:
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Analysis of two categorical variables
Calculating p-value from the chi-squared distribution
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Analysis of two quantitative variables
Slope-intercept form of a line:
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Regression line minimizes sum of squared residuals:
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Suite of 5 apps about the two sample t test and CI for difference in means:
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More about Shiny apps
Simulating from 2-factor models (Fixed/Mixed/Random Effects, Crossed/Nested Factors):
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Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium ePoster (which itself is a Shiny app):
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Department seminar:
slides
Math in Action 2016:
slides
The Biggest Loser (TV show)
Dataset
Michigan Statistics Poster Competition
Personal webpage