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The
Central
Limit
Theorem
applet
demonstrates
the
central
limit
theorem
using
simulated
dicerolling
experiments.
An
"experiment"
consists
of
rolling
a
certain
number
of
dice
(15
dice
are
available
in
this
applet)
and
adding
the
number
of
spots
showing.
This
experiment
is
"performed"
repeatedly,
keeping
track
of
the
number
of
times
each
outcome
is
observed.
These
outcomes
are
plotted
in
the
form
...



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This
product
site
powered
by
Wolfram
Research,
makers
of
Mathematica,
outlines
all
aspects
of
this
calculation
tool.
From
simple
calculator
operations
to
largescale
programming
and
interactive
document
preparation,
Mathematica
is
a
tool
for
engineering
analysis
and
modeling,
technical
education
from
high
school
to
graduate
school,
and
wherever
quantitative
methods
are
used.
Mathematica
integrates
...



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SticiGui
(Statistics
Tools
for
Internet
and
Classroom
Instruction
with
a
Graphical
User
Interface)
are
online
introductory
statistical
materials
including
interactive
data
analysis
tools
and
demonstrations,
machinegraded
online
assignments
and
exams.
This
site
features
Java
tools
for
a
variety
of
statistical
topics.
Topics
include,
binomial
histograms,
chisquare
distributions,
confidence
intervals,
...



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The
Daisy
World
model
is
intended
to
illustrate
a
mechanism
through
which
biota
might
optimize
their
environment
by
means
of
negative
feedback.
The
model
offers
a
very
simplified
approach
to
a
feedback
system
and
can
provide
an
introductory
lesson
in
how
models
work.
The
aim
of
the
model
is
to
implement
and
test
a
mathematical
model
describing
possible
influence
of
biota
on
an
abiotic
(climatic)
system
...



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This Data Plotting and Fitting page was developed as a third year laboratory for the School of Physics, University of New South Wales. The program will plot data into several different graphs. Graphs include a line graph, linear regression fit, exponential fit, power fit, Gaussian fit and Cos squared fit. The program can also calculate fit for the data if required.



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The
Computational
Geophysics
and
Geoinformatics
homepage
contains
online
data
and
software
tools
for
paleomagnetism
and
plate
tectonics.
The
page
includes
information
on
paleomagnetic
data,
gravity
anomalies,
satellite
altimetry,
GOTOPO
30
topography
tools,
plate
tectonic
reconstructions,
Mediterranean
reconstructions,
current
research,
a
plate
tectonic
modeling
tutorial
and
links
to
additional
information.
...



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The
World
Population
Prospects
allows
users
to
change
variables
to
learn
about
population
prospects
in
the
world.
Users
can
change
variables
such
as
population,
population
density,
location,
date
and
variant
in
the
basic
panel
to
obtain
basic
output
while
a
second
panel
allows
users
to
obtain
more
detailed
information
such
as
median
age,
total
fertility
rate
and
population
by
age.
There
are
also
full
...



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