10 July 2012

Statistics and chocolate

Some time ago I promised to blog about how to teach statistics with chocolate. Anyone who has watched my youtube videos may have noticed a recurring theme. Helen sells Choconutties. These are a fictitious chocolate bar, originally devised to require a table of prices, which would require the use of absolute and relatives references. As the series developed Helen had all sorts of issues with her sales, which required statistical analysis, often using spreadsheets. For the “choosing the test” video I managed to come up with seven different chocolate-based scenarios. I’ve had complaints from my students that using my materials […]