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The StatCrunch Help Docs provide a complete listing of StatCrunch procedures along with an overview of how to use each procedure.
The StatCrunch Examples provide step-by-step instructions for most StatCrunch procedures. These tutorials include annotated screen shots and embedded video.
The StatCrunch YouTube Channel offers videos on how to do almost anything in StatCrunch. This is a great resource for students and instructors that are new to the software. If you would like to contribute your own video to the StatCrunch channel, please contact email@example.com.
What do you really know about your Facebook friends? Use the StatCrunch Friend Data to learn more about them! What movies do they like? Do you know anyone in Seattle? How many are married? Where did/do they go to school? ... The StatCrunch Friend Data Application lets you answer these types of questions, and a whole lot more, by loading data about your Facebook friends into StatCrunch.
See what people are tweeting about using the StatCrunch Twitter application! Load tweets into StatCrunch and construct an interactive word wall showing the most commonly used words! When you click on a word in the wall all matching tweets will be displayed and all other words that are contained in these same tweets will also be highlighted in a proportionate manner. Enter up to five Twitter screen names or specify keywords to load the most recent matching tweets.
StatCrunchU is a fictitious virtual population of 46,000 students that you can sample from. You can administer a survey to a random sample of students from StatCrunchU and load the results directly into StatCrunch. Use your statistical skills to try to better understand this population of students and try to answer some interesting questions about the group.
The StatCrunchThis bookmarklet allows you to analyze data sets on almost any Web page. Simply save the link on the StatCrunchThis page (not the page itself) to your Favorites/Bookmarks folder. When you find a data table on a Web page, choose the StatCrunchThis option under your Favorites/Bookmarks listing, and the data table will be loaded into StatCrunch for analysis. Some examples of Web pages with data sets are available. This tool works with data presented in tables and with Google Spreadsheets.
The StatCrunch Instructors Group allows StatCrunch instructors to share interesting surveys, data sets, analysis results and reports. The goal of the group is to help statistics educators better incorporate StatCrunch content and capabilities into their courses. All registered StatCrunch instructors are welcome to join this group.