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StatCrunch Groups
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Name/Description Administrator Created Members
Math 142 Bullet Trainjballew2@yahoo.comMar 4, 20153
trialjlhendrickson@mail.wvu.eduMar 3, 20151
plastic bagsjessicaherrera888@gmail.comMar 3, 20151
Math 142-1191hkresch9Mar 3, 20151
ECO 252 - WCUPAhtahir@immaculataMar 2, 20152
MAT 102 Spring 2015reginanuzzo1Mar 1, 201510
NVCC example
Demo of a group
ntorno8Feb 23, 20151
What Paraclete Thinks
This group is for Paraclete High School Statistics students to post the results of their polling projects.
cdurand@paracletehs.orgFeb 19, 201528
Vaccination Data 4b6af95b-4c82-4bec-a8e7-7302def86e47_sakaiblti_miamioxFeb 19, 20151
STA 261 Group Project Spring 2015 H48aab3343-640e-4732-ba00-8ede5d7e9839_sakaiblti_miamioxFeb 18, 20154
STA 261 Group 68ac90ae2-de42-4b7e-a2e7-98f1bd58f3cc_sakaiblti_miamioxFeb 17, 20154
RSCH 665 MondayroxaustinFeb 16, 201515
Cuyler Manolo Stat Poster Project (Facebook)cxl25Feb 16, 20152
Fedeli Kubicki Point Spreadsbjf14Feb 16, 20152
Gould & Wong Huntington Beach Workshop 2015
For attendees to the Pearson Statistics Workshop by Rob Gould and Rebecca Wong, Feb 27-28, 2015
rgould@stat.ucla.eduFeb 14, 201519

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