Traditional methods of teaching statistical inference rely on concepts that are unfamiliar to students, such as probability distributions. This may overwhelm a student's cognitive load and hinder understanding. These tools simplify the intuition behind inference to a visual level. They can be used to develop a student's intuitions about inference before teaching mathematical and probabilistic concepts.
|Author||Garrett Grolemund <[email protected]>, Ben Stevenson <[email protected]>, Danny Chang, Vivian Li|
|Maintainer||Ben Stevenson <[email protected]>|
|Package repository||View on GitHub|
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