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Applet NameBugPerson reporting bugDate Update from BC
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Multiple ProportionsSeems to use data in second row of two-way table to make bottom segment of segmented bar graph. It seems more natural to use the data in the first row for the bottom segment.Mark Mills10/23/2013Yes, this is our preference
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iscamboxplotit would be nice (and good analysis habits) if iscamboxplot allowed you to pass it labels for x, y, and headerJo Hardin10/28/2013
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sampling from finite populationthe applet takes a very long time. and explorer tells me that a script is running which may need to be killed. i think it eventually does end up working, but it is pretty slow to use in class.Jo Hardin10/30/2013How does it do in other browers? Is this IE8 or 9? Can you tell me which population you are using?  Sounds like we IE8 - please use IE9 or Chrome
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Dotplot SummariesApplet will not seem to accept Old Faithful data, but will accept haircut prices data. Does it not like the numerical explanatory variable?Mark Mills10/31/2013Correct, so I have replaced the OldFatifhl data so the column values are y1987 and y2003. This makes the new Dotplot applet happier.
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matched pairs randomizationdoesn't accept pasted data. does let you type in the box. on Safari on Mac. applet doesn't open on Chrome. (note: many applets don't open on Chrome.)Jo Hardin11/6/2013Please use new javascript version : http://www.rossmanchance.com/applets/MatchedPairs/MatchedPairs.htm
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Need to hear more about the Chrome issue though, that shouldn't be a problem.  What version is it etc.?
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Random BabiesSeems to be a change in Java so this does not run; worked two weeks ago but new Java downloads cause it to no longer workAl Hibbard1/23/2014There was a change recently that has made it much harder to run the java applets.  Many times you can manually change the java security settings on an individual computer (http://www.rossmanchance.com/applets/JavaHelp.html).  It might also help if you keep your computer from upgrading java. And you may need to delete older versions of java from your computer first.  The javascript applets should still run fine.  We are trying to get more and more converted, let me know which ones you are using and I might be able to prioritize 8}
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Random BabiesWe just updated our Java at school to 751 to accomodate our gradebook.  I am getting an error on all appletsCara Runk2/7/2014Please see note above.  To run java applets, you will need to lower the security settings.  The javascript applets will be fine.
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Histogram Bin WidthCannot Paste values from Diabetes.xls into the Edit/Paste Data field on a Mac OS XBrian Jarrett2/24/2014It appears that if the computer has updated to the newest version of java, oracle has disabled the copy/paste option with java. The only work around would be to back up the version of java but that's probably not feasible. Instead I suggest using the new Descriptive Statistics applet that we have written in javascript (http://www.rossmanchance.com/applets/Dotplot.html)My student can see the data entry window. The problem comes when the student tries to copy and paste the data from Excel into the data window. She does a regular copy using Command-C. Then she types Command-V in the data window, but nothing happens. Another student uses the same sequence of steps and the data appear in the data window. Both students are using Mac OS X and the same browser. We have tried different browsers and she still cannot paste the data values into the data window.
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Improving batting averages powersecurity settings are blocking the out of date/expired version of JavaGenevieve Hamby4/30/2014Please see note above.  To run java applets, you will need to lower the security settings (there is a link for instructions on how to do this on the main webpage). Applet will be converted to javascript this summer.
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Randomizing 24 subjectsI get an error message when clicking on the applet ""8/6/2014It would be helpful if you could describe the error message in more detail, but my suspicion is that you are having trouble because this is a java applet and has not yet been converted to javascript. You could try playing with the security settings as described in the lower right corner of the main applets page (http://www.rossmanchance.com/applets/)
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Sampling WordsLikely a binning issue but the sample sizes n = 5 and 20 in Inv 1.14 produce histograms with 2 bars (around .4 and .6) empty. Could change the sample sizes in the Inv or the bins, but my students were confused as to why 2 bars were always missingTom Linton9/30/2014We have tried changing the bin width to better show the discreteness. Has this helped?
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Sampling PenniesI cannot run this applet on my surfacepro3 windows 8.1Cindy Johnson10/31/2014This is one of the java applets, is that the issue.  Maybe you could email me a screen capture of the error message?
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two proportionsi can't get it to run a confidence interval or calculate dataSam langley1/26/2015Please email me a screen capture that shows what intput values you are using etc. Also clarify what browser and platform you are using?
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CointossI am unable to change the Java Security settings or add a site exception to make this applet run. This new version of Java keeps rejecting the applet as a security risk even if I add the direct link to the applet and Rossmanchance.com in the trusted Java sites under the secuity settings.Will Baber2/10/2015There was a change recently that has made it much harder to run the java applets.  Many times you can manually change the java security settings on an individual computer (http://www.rossmanchance.com/applets/JavaHelp.html).  It might also help if you keep your computer from upgrading java. And you may need to delete older versions of java from your computer first.  The javascript applets should still run fine. You can do coin tossing simulations using this applet instead: http://www.rossmanchance.com/applets/OneProp/OneProp.htm
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Twoway tableCalculation of two-sided p-values could be more accurate and easier to do with FET.Beth2/12/2015Made improvements to the calculation of two-sided p-values, especially with Fisher's Exact Test. Do keep in mind that the applet will remember settings (e.g., EV vs. RV) even as you switch beteen options (e.g., raw data vs. 2x2 table)
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