Duke ShinyEd is a program where students develop interactive apps to explore concepts for introductory and intermediate level statistics courses. It was inspired and modeled after the ShinyEd project and the Book of Apps for Statistics Teaching (BOAST) at Penn State.
The program was originally held over six weeks in Summer 2020 and continued in Spring 2021.
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Learn more about the ANOVA test process including which assumptions the test makes and the meaning behind the test conclusion.
Explore the crucial aspects of hypothesis testing, including setting the hypotheses, calculating the test statistic and p-value, making conclusions, and navigating errors.
Learn the basics of logistic regression, with a focus on using the model for prediction. Explore the ROC curve, decision-making thresholds, and corresponding confusion matrices.