## Lecture 2 | Motivation of Resampling | Machine Learning Resampling Methods by Dr. Ahmad Bazzi

About this tutorial: Video duration: 1:14:18 Lecture 2 of this course entitled “Machine Learning Resampling Methods” will serve as a transition from the review of statistics we did in Lecture 1 to the world of resampling, bootstrapping and Monte Carlo. Along the way, we shall demonstrate some important examples on R studio. The outline is […]

## Getting Started With JMP 12: Basic Statistics

About this tutorial: Video duration: 24:34 Learn how to perform basic statistical analyses in JMP. See how to use Distribution to analyze data one variable at a time, using Fit Y by X for analyses involving two variables and using Fit Model for analyses involving more than two variables. Learn about tools for summarizing and […]

## Excel Magic Trick #21: BINOMDIST function for Probability

About this tutorial: Video duration: 8: Download Excel workbook: http://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm See how to use the BINOMDIST function to calculate probabilities for a binomial experiment – binomial distribution! You even get to see the four types of situations that you most commonly encounter — plus visual pictures of each situation to help with the concept! Excel […]

## How to Construct a Cumulative Distribution Plot in Excel 2007

About this tutorial: Video duration: 6:52 This video tutorial demonstrates how to construct a cumulative distribution plot using measured data in Excel 2007. The next video in the series shows how to add a normal distribution approximation to the plot for comparison, and how to calculate probabilities from these two. The third video in this […]

## Excel Magic Trick #22: NORMDIST function for Probability

About this tutorial: Video duration: 7:36 Download Excel workbook: http://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm See how to use the NORMDIST function to calculate probabilities for a population with a normal (bell) distribution! You even get to see the four types of situations that you most commonly encounter — plus visual pictures of each situation to help with the concept!

## 7.3 Excel – Part 3 of 3 – OLD (Pre FA12)

7.3 #25 Finding percentiles/scores/values with the normal curve using NORMINV. Primarily meant for ONLINE Math 133, PSY 143, CIS 215 students at Jackson Community College, MI. Textbook is: Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data (3rd Edition) by Michael Sullivan