## TL Brink

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# TL Brink's PowerPoint Presentations

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57 months ago

Why I reject extreme skepticism

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A review of burden of proof, presumption, and prima facie case.

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The Test of Proportions can be used to infer the probability of the null hypothesis for a sample versus norms design with a variable in..

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Scientific thought and the problems of post hoc and ad hoc explanations.

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How to use t tests and interpret a t table.

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How to calculate Z-scores and determine percentiles on a Z-table

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How to calculate margin of error and confidence interval estimates.

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headlessprofessor uploaded a new presentation "How to find my office at Crafton Hills"

How to find the office of T.L. Brink at Crafton Hills College

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How to construct a two-by-two contingency table for cross tabulation.

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How to use the binomial distribution to determine probabilities.

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How to use the Poisson distribution

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Explains why we should not understand religion as "beliefs."

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How to enter excel data for statistical analysis.

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Statistics charts that can be made with Excel: pie charts, bar charts and line graphs.

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Religious claims are not proved by empirical verification, but by a process of vindication, which may rely on tradition, authority, scr..

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Religious claims use a form of proof known as vindication, and may rely upon tradition, authority, scripture, concensus, or individual ..

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How variables are to be measured in social science research.

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What should be considered cheating in college courses? What is plagiarism?

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