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Many of our students have an intuitive sense that there is more to the story than univariate or bivariate data can tell us. We can acknowledge and encourage that habit of digging deeper by demonstrating some ways to look at additional variables. Simpson’s paradox and side-by-side scatter plots are ways to provide a glimpse of more complex analysis that are accessible to students in an introductory course with or without strong quantitative skills.
eCOTS 2016: Electronic Conference On Teaching Statistics
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Wood, B. (2016). Multivariate Thinking in an Intro Stats Course – Is it Possible?. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1086