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Name/Description Administrator Created Members
BYUH Spring 2016 BIOL340bradlawrencesmithMar 18, 201617
Group 5bra8anderson@frontier.comMar 18, 20167
Group 10 Stats Project
Stats 201 Tuesday/Thursday 4-4:50
mbbiedermann@mix.wvu.eduMar 17, 20169
Psych 5 Garcia Spring 2016
Psych 5 Garcia Spring 2016
msbxMar 16, 201637
Math 1420kimgefell@gmail.comMar 16, 20161
2016.Spring - PSYCH 50
Moreno Valley College PSY 50 - Research Methods
ryan.godfrey@rccd.eduMar 8, 201648
MTH 110 (Section K) - Spring 2016gjohnson15@elon.eduMar 7, 201626
MTH 110 (Section B) - Spring 2016gjohnson15@elon.eduMar 7, 201630
Math 075-140 PALkubo_kMar 5, 20161
Go Big or Go Home Groupmsullivan13803Mar 4, 20161
Bobbie Lockhart
In the My Stat Lab Data Set, I found in this data. You have 5 people that had a response. The 1st response was never with a frequency of 125. The 2nd response responded rarely with a frequency of 324. The 3rd response was sometimes with a frequency of 552. The 4th response was most of the time with a frequency of 1257. The 5th response was always with a frequency of 2518.
blockhart1972Mar 3, 20161
MAT 114
Data for Introduction to Statistics
browne@gcc.mass.eduMar 3, 201622
Chicago Groupmsullivan13803Feb 26, 20163
Darren White's Online Stat Class Spring SP16darren@kk07Feb 21, 201623
SV Statisticsjmclain@semo.eduFeb 20, 20169

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