One Variable with Sampling
Page last modified 07/07/2017 13:04:42
This applet should work in IE8+ and recent versions of Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.
Right now pasted data must have variable name as first word (use single words, no symbols).
If pasted data contains text (not numbers), the applet will ask if you wish to discard the non-numeric data values.
If you do not discard the non-numeric data, it will remove punctuation and then use word lengths (all words) as the input data.
If pasted data contains two columns, and first column name is "ID", the applet will ignore the first column and use the second column.
Dotplot coloring may not exactly match count, as coloring is based on bin mid-points.
For a Spanish version of this applet, click here.
New Features (Fall 2016): Can sample from theoretical probability distribution, if use mutliple columns can specify stratified sampling or cluster sampling; can fix horizontal axis as change inputs (e.g., sample size)