Category: Applets

  1. Normal probability plot and CDF

    This applet shows the relationship between a plot of an estimated empirical CDF and a normal probability plot.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/09/normal-probability-plot-and-cdf

  2. QQ plots

    This applet explores QQ-plots for a range of distributions.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/09/qq-plots

  3. Model of a spring with drag and forcing

    This applet simulates a spring acting under gravity, subject to drag and an external driving force.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/09/model-of-a-spring-with-drag-and-forcing

  4. Random variables

    This applet illustrates the concept of independent identically distributed random variables.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/08/random-variables

  5. Vector projections

    This applet aims to demonstrate visually the projection of a vector u onto a vector v.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/08/vector-projections

  6. Central Limit Theorem and Law of Large Numbers

    This applet illustrates how the distribution of the sample mean converges towards normality as sample size increases.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/08/central-limit-theorem-and-law-of-large-numbers

  7. Population genetics by FHW model

    This applet calculates the zygote and adult allele and genotype frequencies according to the Fisher-Haldane-Wright model of population genetics, and plots the results.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/08/population-genetics-by-fhw-model

  8. Iterating a difference equation

    This applet iterates a difference equation (also known as recurrence relation) and displays the resulting sequence both graphically and numerically.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/08/iterating-a-difference-equation

  9. Cobwebbing a difference equation

    This worksheet performs iteration and produces cobweb diagrams for a first-order difference equation (AKA recurrence relation, discrete dynamical system).

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/08/cobwebbing-a-difference-equation

  10. Cobwebbing, linear approximation and stability

    This applet shows a linear approximation to a non-linear difference equation close to an equilibrium, using cobwebbing. It can be used to investigate the accuracy of a linear approximation, or to motivate the linear stability criterion for equilibria of a first-order difference equation.

    melbapplets.ms.unimelb.edu.au/2021/07/08/cobwebbing-linear-approximation-and-stability

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