Instructional Regression Modules in LispStat, a JSE online article by Jon Anderson and David Dayton presents LispStat programs and explanations for three kinds of educational modules relevant to an applied regression course.
Instructional Regression Modules Using XLISP-STAT
Paper by Anderson &Dayton in JSE, V3N1; presents XLISP-STAT
programs and explanations for three kinds of educational modules
relevant to an applied regression course: new mouse modes,
regression surface displays, and dynamic simulations for the
sampling distribution of an estimated regression coefficient.
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is a second course in social statistics, with a focus on regression
analysis, linear models, and related statistical methods, such as
logistic regression using RCODE with some of John's extensions.
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