Central Limits Theorem

Description:One of the most fundamental theorems in the study of statistical inference is the Central Limits Theorem. This states basically that the means of successive random samples taken from a population will be normally distributed whatever the underlying parent distribution. This aplet illustrates this and that the standard deviations are related by ratio. Sampling can be done from different parent distributions and the resulting collection of means compared to the equivalent Normal distribution. It is fairly slow to execute because of the need for repeated sampling but would be quite useful to teachers.
Author:Colin Croft: http://www.hphomeview.com
Downloaded file size:41,011 bytes
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Primary category:Math
File date:2003-05-20 13:10:12
Source code:Not included
Download count:4,805
Version history:2003-05-20: Added to site
Archive contents:
  Length     Date   Time    Name
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       47  01-20-03 11:35   graph1.prg
     1397  01-20-03 11:35   centrlim.apt
     1469  01-20-03 11:35   dataset.prg
    62976  01-20-03 14:41   Central Limits.doc
      118  01-20-03 11:35   graph2.prg
       31  01-20-03 11:35   HP39DIR.CUR
      297  01-20-03 11:35   normal.prg
      813  01-20-03 11:35   sampling.prg
      123  01-20-03 11:35   START.prg
      234  01-20-03 14:43   HP39DIR.000
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    67505                   10 files
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