DIG Stats Development Team

Dr. Tom Morgan - Central VA Governor's School for Science and Technology

Dr. Ron Kriz - Data Visualization Lab, Virginia Tech

Graphics

Gordon Miller - G3 Systems, Blacksburg, VA

Jason Lockhart - Multimedia Lab, Virginia Tech

Summer Interns

2004 - Bryce Bristow (CVGS, General Development)

2003 - Harris McGehee (CVGS, General Development)

2002 - Dan Jones (CVGS, General Development)

2001 - Goss Nuzzo-Jones (CVGS, General Development)

2000 - Goss Nuzzo-Jones (CVGS, General Development)

1999 - Richard Barnes, Ryan Nash, & Justin Shearer (CVGS, General Development)

We want to acknowledge and thank Dr. Joy Colbert and the VA Tech Institute for Connecting Science Research to the Classroom for providing support for the 1999 summer interns.

1998 - Christian Neeley & Patrick Burke (CVGS, General Development), Tim Terriberry (VA Tech, Java 3D Slicer)

We want to acknowledge and thank Dr. Joy Colbert and the VA Tech Institute for Connecting Science Research to the Classroom for providing support for the 1998 summer interns.

1997 - Christian Neeley (CVGS, General Development), Nathan Hamblen (VA Tech, Java 3D Slicer)

We want to acknowledge and thank Dr. Joy Colbert and the VA Tech Institute for Connecting Science Research to the Classroom for providing support for the 1997 summer interns. Also, we want to recognize and thank Dr. Cliff Shaffer, Department of Computer Science for serving, as Nathan Hamblen's mentor.

1996 - Elsa M. Laughlin, Francois Coupleux

We want to acknowledge and thank Dr. Tim Pickering and the VA Tech Science and Technology Center for providing support for interns through the NSF - Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Virginia Tech.

Activity Modules

The initial conceptual development of many of the activities in DIG Stats was done by the students in the Central Virginia Governor's School's research classes. Acknowledgments appear in each activity.

Data Sets

The source of most of the data sets used in DIG Stats activities were obtained from the WWW. Excellent sources for data sets are The Data and Story Library at Carnegie Mellon University and The Journal of Statistics Education Archive at North Carolina State University.


This page is being developed and we welcome your participation! Do you have an idea for an activity? Do you have data sets from different disciplines that would offer a unique statistical analysis? Have you identified some errors? Do you have suggestions for improvements? Please send us your comments to DIG Stats.


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