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This Is How We Math: Graphing Linear Functions

*making middle school math fun* :)

Graphing linear functions is another review activity for Grace, so we whipped through things pretty quickly. (In fact, that’s going to be the case with a few of the topics we have coming up.) You may remember that… 321 more words

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Should every nonparametric test be accompanied by a bootstrap confidence interval?

Well, duh. Obviously. Because (a) every test should have a CI and (b) bootstrap CIs are just awesome. You can get a CI around almost any statistic, they account for non-normality and boundaries. 402 more words


Curriculum Analytics Are Here!

We released our brand new analytics feature this week and we have to admit: it’s a pretty big deal. UClass is exploring new horizons and shaping a new¬†standard for improving instruction. 126 more words


Can't See The Trees For The Forest: Reductionist Criticism Of The Arts (Northrup Frye and Heinrich Schenker)

1. Northrop Frye, “Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays” (Princeton University Press, 1957)
A synoptic theory of world literature plotting genre over time.

2. Heinrich Schenker and… 64 more words


Optimizing Your Visual Aids

In presentations and reports, it is often more effective to illustrate a point with a graph or chart rather than a paragraph of text. The visuals function to engage the readers as you speak and should highlight the key points you or data you are presenting. 306 more words

Graphs on SPSS

A quick overview on how to generate graphs on SPSS. From simple bar charts to clustered bar charts and scatterplots. Although interpretation of the graphs is to be explained in subsequent videos this is a must if you are new to the SPSS environment and want have a look at the graph generation options. 29 more words