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StatCrunch Groups
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Name/Description Administrator Created Members
Math 104, Summer Session I 2016
StatCrunch Group for materials for LMU Math 104.
angela.gallegos@lmu.eduMay 17, 20164
Group 1 Caffeine Drinkers
MAT215 Statistics Group 1
valerie.mitchell.1971May 17, 20165
Francois Class 2016lomasalbert3May 16, 20161
Group 1 armando.rivera4@gmail.comMay 15, 20163
CSU STAT 301- 001 Summer 2016
Instructor: Ahmed Alawami Semester: Summer 2016
ahmed.alawamiMay 15, 201629
Group Project_Unemployment Rates vs. Birth Rates lmdoucette@my.canyons.eduMay 13, 20163
201620
Spring Mini 2016
jmay520May 12, 201624
Grapevine's Statistics Fall 2016
Group to share files and results with students in Sue Grapevine's sections of Statistics during the Fall 2016 semester.
sgrapevineMay 12, 201618
STA 261 Online - Summer 2016
StatCrunch group for Ms Hudiburgh's, Ms Werwinski's, and Dr. Noe's STA 261 classes at Miami University for Summer 2016.
hudiburghlmMay 12, 2016135
2016fa MAT 220 Statistics, Larsonphilip.larson@gvltec.eduMay 11, 201659
PSY 289 Groupprodriguez25May 11, 20162
Untitledveganayely@ymail.comMay 10, 20162
stat 200:622 and 200:623 su16spv1@psu.eduMay 10, 20161
Project SET PD Summer 2016abargagMay 10, 20166
MAT 223 Statistics - Summer 2016 - GrantcgrantfcMay 6, 201624

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