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Teaching Data Analysis in an Interactive Graphics Environment


PS: Political Science and Politics Volume 24, Number 3, ISSN 1049-0965


Reports a series of experiments in teaching data analysis in an interactive graphics environment (IGE). Explains that students can graph distributions and relationships as they obtain statistical results. Describes microcomputer programs for IGE data analysis. Concludes that software capabilities are excellent for small data sets but too slow for large ones. (DK)


Weisberg, H.F. & Hennessy, L.V. (1991). Teaching Data Analysis in an Interactive Graphics Environment. PS: Political Science and Politics, 24(3), 505. Retrieved April 20, 2021 from .

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