Stats Lab



Stats Lab consists of a few widely-used virtual statistical tools. There are two programmes to simulate two of the most common objects used in statistics - coin and die. The programme allows you to toss the coin or throw the die any number of times so that you can get a good idea about the concept of relative frequency - and its progress towards probability.

There are three calculators for three main probability distributions. They are Binomial Distribution, Poisson Distribution and Normal Distribution.

Using the calculators, you can calculate both individual probabilities and cumulative probabilities.

The site is developed with Microsoft's .Net technology, ASP.Net, JavaScript, CSS and AJAX, in compliance with the guidelines of the W3C, the internet governing body.

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Simulate a Coin


Simulate a Die


Pie Charts

Enter the values as a percentage and click the Draw button.


Interactive Venn Diagrams Simulator

Choose, click and Experiment.

Normal Distribution Calculator

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Use the following calculator to find P(z) for z values.

Enter Z value here:


Binomial Distribution Calculator

n =  r =  p =


Poisson Distribution Calculator

λ =        r = 


Learn how to use Casio Calculator for Statistics

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Resources at Fingertips

This is a vast collection of tutorials, covering the syllabuses of GCSE, iGCSE, A-level and even at undergraduate level. They are organized according to these specific levels.
The major categories are for core mathematics, statistics, mechanics and trigonometry. Under each category, the tutorials are grouped according to the academic level.
This is also an opportunity to pay tribute to the intellectual giants like Newton, Pythagoras and Leibniz, who came up with lots of concepts in maths that we take for granted today - by using them to serve mankind.


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Recommended Reading


Maths is challenging; so is finding the right book. K A Stroud, in this book, cleverly managed to make all the major topics crystal clear with plenty of examples; popularity of the book speak for itself - 7th edition in print.

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