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Practical Data Analysis with JMP

"Why Not Flip? A Perspective for Reluctant Flippers

Knuckleball vs. Knucklehead: True Confessions of an Analyst

Wherever Dickey Winds Up, or Is the Wind Up?

Webinar: Using Fun in the Statisics Classroom

Look Who's Talking

Using Fun in the Statistics Classroom: An Exploratory Study

Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 18.0,

A Global Dozen

How Global are Current Business School Textbooks?

Introductory Statistics Unconstrained by Computability: A New Cobb Salad

Visualizing the Fundamental Logic of Statistical Inference

It May be a Great Day for Baseball, but is it a Great Day for a Knuckleball?

Practical Data Analysis with JMP

Practical Data Analysis with JMP

“Recipe for a Cobb Salad in a Time of Easy Computability”

Does Learning to Think Statistically = Learning to Confront Ambiguity? Evidence from Two Schools

Statistics Means Never Having to Say You’re Certain: Learning to Let Go & Tolerate Ambiguity

Program Assessment and Accreditation, with Particular Reference to Business Schools

Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 16.0

¿Spanning the Globe: The Intro Stats course as a Gateway to the Rest of the World.¿

Minitab Supplement to Accompany Business Statistics by Sharpe, De Veaux, and Velleman

Addressing Ambiguity Intolerance

Shades of Gray: Ambiguity Tolerance and Statistical Thinking

Tales of Huffman: An Exercise in Dealing with Messy Data

Internationalizing the Introductory Statistics Course in Business

Ambiguity Intolerance: An Impediment to Inferential Thinking?

Doing data analysis with SPSS version14

Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 12.0

If the River Stopped: A Talmudic Perspective on Downsizing

Robert Carver

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Carver, Robert. Practical Data Analysis with JMP. 2nd ed. Cary NC: SASpress, 2014. (forthcoming)

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Carver, Robert. ""Why Not Flip? A Perspective for Reluctant Flippers." US Conference on Teaching Statistiics. Cary , NC. May 17, 2013.

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Carver, Robert. "Knuckleball vs. Knucklehead: True Confessions of an Analyst." New England JMP Users Group. Southboro, MA. Oct. 4, 2013.

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Carver, Robert. "Wherever Dickey Winds Up, or Is the Wind Up?." New England Statistics in Sports Symposium. Harvard University, Campbridge MA. Sept 21, 2013.

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Lesser, L.M, Carver, R., Erickson, P., Michelle Everson, JSE Editor. Webinar: Using Fun in the Statisics Classroom. August 20, 2013. Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education (CAUSE)/ Journal of Statistics Education. <https://www.causeweb.org/webinar/jse/2013-08/>.

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Carver, Robert. "Look Who's Talking." Joint Statistical Meetings. San Diego, CA. August 2012.

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Lesser, Lawrence M., Wall, Amitra, Carver, Robert H., Pearl Dennis K., Martin, Nadia, Kuiper, Shonda, Posner, Michael A., Erickson, Patricia, Liao, Shu-Min, Albert, Jim and Weber, John J.. "Using Fun in the Statistics Classroom: An Exploratory Study." Journal of Statistics Education 21. 1 (2013): <http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v21n1/lesser.pdf>.

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Carver, Robert and Nash, Jane G.. Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 18.0,. 5th ed. Belmont CA: Cengage Learning, 2011.

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Carver, Robert. "A Global Dozen." US Conference on Teaching Statistics, Cary, NC. May, 2011.

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Carver, Robert. "How Global are Current Business School Textbooks?." Decision Sciences Institute, Boston. November, 2011.

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Carver, Robert. "Introductory Statistics Unconstrained by Computability: A New Cobb Salad." Technology Innovations in Statistics Education 5. 1 (2011): on-line.

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Carver, Robert. "Visualizing the Fundamental Logic of Statistical Inference." Dean's Forum. Stonehill College, Easton MA. February 25, 2011.

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Carver, Robert. It May be a Great Day for Baseball, but is it a Great Day for a Knuckleball?. Proc. of Joint Statistical Meetings. Miami Beach, FL: American Statistical Association, 2011.

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Carver, Robert. Practical Data Analysis with JMP. 1 ed. Cary NC: SAS Press, 2010.

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Carver, Robert. Practical Data Analysis with JMP. 1st ed. Cary, NC: SAS Press, 2010.

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Carver, Robert. “Recipe for a Cobb Salad in a Time of Easy Computability”. Proc. of 8th International Conference on Teaching Statistics. Ljubljana, Slovenia: International Association for Statistical Education, 2010.

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Carver, Robert; Dobler, Carolyn P.. "Does Learning to Think Statistically = Learning to Confront Ambiguity? Evidence from Two Schools." Joint Statistical Meetings, Washington DC. August 2009.

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Carver, Robert; Dobler, Carolyn P.. "Statistics Means Never Having to Say You’re Certain: Learning to Let Go & Tolerate Ambiguity." US Conference on Teaching Statistics. Columbus OH. June 2009.

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Ord, K., Phelps, A., Carver, R.,. "Program Assessment and Accreditation, with Particular Reference to Business Schools." Joint Statistical Meetings,. Vancouver BC (Canada). August 3, 2010.

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Carver, Robert and Nash, Jane G.. Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 16.0. 4th ed. Belmont CA: Cengage, 2009.

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Carver, Robert. "¿Spanning the Globe: The Intro Stats course as a Gateway to the Rest of the World.¿." Joint Statistical Meetings. Denver CO. August 2008.

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Carver, Robert. "Addressing Ambiguity Intolerance." Decision Science Institute meetings, Phoenix AZ. November 2007.

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Carver, Robert. "Shades of Gray: Ambiguity Tolerance and Statistical Thinking." Joint Statistical Meetings, Salt Lake City UT. August 2007.

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Carver, Robert. "Tales of Huffman: An Exercise in Dealing with Messy Data." CSBIGS: Cases in Business, Industry, Government and Government Statistics 1. 2 (2008): 130-138 <http://www.bentley.edu/csbigs/documents/carver.pdf>.

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Carver, Robert. "Internationalizing the Introductory Statistics Course in Business." Northeast Decision Sciences Institute meetings, San Juan PR. March 2006.

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Carver, Robert. Ambiguity Intolerance: An Impediment to Inferential Thinking?. Proc. of Joint Statistical Meetings. Seattle Washington: American Statistical Association, 2007.

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Carver, Robert H., Nash, Jane Gradwohl. Doing data analysis with SPSS version14. Belmont, CA: Thomson-Brooks/Cole, 2006.

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Carver, Robert & Nash, J.G.. Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 12.0. Belmont, CA: Duxbury Press, 2005.

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Carver, Robert. "If the River Stopped: A Talmudic Perspective on Downsizing." Journal of Business Ethics 50. 2 (2004): 137-147.