- Exercise 2.2(b), Histogram (using left
inclusion rule) with class intervals [30,40), [40,50), [50,60), [60,70),
[70,80), [80,90), [90,100)

Exercise 2.2(b), Histogram (using right inclusion rule) with class intervals (30,40], (40,50], (50,60], (60,70], (70,80], (80,90], (90,100] - Exercise 2.2(b), Boxplot
- Animated example for non-robustness of mean (loc.pdf): see how mean is affected by an outlier. Download to view the animation, but do not print it. The control buttons are very much like those on a DVD player.
- Animated example for Hodges-Lehmann location estimate (hl.pdf): a.k.a., the median of the (Walsh) averages. Click button > to step through the computation of HL estimate step by step. Download to view the animation, but do not print it.
- Animated example for Computing the Standard Deviation. Download to view the animation, but do not print it.
- Chapter 3 Exercises: Exercise 3.1
- Chapter 4 Exercises: Exercise 1, Exercise 2
- Chapter 5 Exercises: Part a (Exercises5a.pdf), Part b (Exercises5b.pdf).
- Examples Binomial Distribution Examples, Binomial Distribution Examples #2, Sample Proportion Examples, and Two Proportions Examples. Some examples are in multiple choice form which we do not adopt for the tests.
- Animated Demo for Normal Approximation
of Binomial Distribution (normApprox4Binom.pdf): see
how Binomial distribution becomes more like normal distribution
with large sample size
*n*. Download to view the animation, but do not print it. The control buttons are very much like those on a DVD player. - Chapter 6 Exercises: Chapter 6 Exercises, Part a (Exercises6a.pdf), Chapter 6 Exercises, Part b (Exercises6b.pdf), Chapter 6 Exercises, Part c (Exercises6c.pdf).
- Chapter 7 Exercises: Chapter 7 Exercises, Part a (Exercises7a.pdf), Chapter 7 Exercises, Part b (Exercises7b.pdf), Chapter 7 Exercises, Part c (Exercises7c.pdf).
- Exrecise 7.1.
- Exercise 10-3 (Exercise10-3.txt).
- Examples on paired data: Head Injury Criterion (HIC.png), and Gas Additive Example (gasAdditive.png). Also see the graphical explanation of the analysis of paired data (paired1.pdf).
- Test of Independence Example (Contingency Table) and a step-by-step example (Ex12-1.png).
- Correlation Example #1
- Correlation Example #2 (Animated Example for Computing Correlation)
- Correlation Example #3 (Calculating Correlation Coefficient)
- Simple Linear Regression Example #1
- Simple Linear Regression Example #2 (An Animated Example for Simple Linear Regression: LS solution is sensitive to outlying observation(s).)