Applet Author 
Tech 

Bayes Rule demonstration
Should you be worried if you test positive for a horrible disease? Do most bonuses go to lazy workers? Mike Shor


Learning about proportions
Calculates a posterior distribution using Bayes Rule given data on number of successes. Jim Albert


Binomial distribution utility
A simple tool to generate graphically probability distributions for Bernouilli trials. Stefan Waner, Steven R. Costenoble


Binomial coin experiment
Allows one to simulate and graph coin toss experiments with an arbitrary number of coins and adjustable probability of "heads." Kyle Siegrist


Random variable experiment
A simpletouse applet for simulating draws from several customizable continuous distributions. Kyle Siegrist


The Birthday Problem
Simulates the likelihood of two people sharing a birthday. Nicholas Exner, Michael McKelvey


The Birthday Problem
A more general version allowing the user to vary the number of days in a year. Kyle Siegrist


Markov chain experiment
Enter transition probabilities into the matrix and this applet simulates the Markov chain. Kyle Siegrist


Poker experiment
Simulates deals from a 52 card deck and tracks the distribution of poker hands received. Kyle Siegrist


Craps experiment
Simulates likelihood of winning from several possible bet types at a craps table. Kyle Siegrist


Monty Hall game
Should you change doors when you're shown the goat? R. Webster West


Monty Hall game
This version shows rate of success when switching and when staying with the original door. © The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc


Monty Hall game
Another simple applet to play Let's Make A Deal. Kevin O'Bryant


Monty Hall simulation
Simulates a more general Monty Hall game in which the player can select the probability of switching doors. Kyle Siegrist

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