1. SPC - Zylia Tech


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    Outil de progrès au quotidien & approche active pour le Lean manufacturing : - collecte et traitement des données - partage des analyses et indicateurs statistiques en temps réel Plus d'infos sur www.zyliatech.com Daily improvement tool & active approach for Lean manufacturing : - collect and treatment of data - sharing of analysis and statistical indicators in real time

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    • Report STAT211 - 131


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      تقرير عن تدريس مقرر إحصاء ٢١١ بكلية ينبع الجامعية خلال العام الدراسي ١٣ / ٢٠١٤م ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ روابط عرض الشرائح http://www.calameo.com/read/00335047942fb77d7ef7e www.slideshare.net/alwusaidi/report-stat211-133

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      • Samsung Inverter Dehumidifier


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        Samsung Inverter Dehumidifier @Sinnonhyeon Bus Shelter LED Monitor(46",1x2,1EA) Touch Poil Film UI/GUI Development Interactive UX Technology 3D Character Animation Statistical analysis Monitoring Project by raonsquare(㈜라온스퀘어) --- #CONTACT US +82 2 545 7075 info@raonsquare.com 135-889, 4F, Bugang Building, 533-13, Shinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea. www.raonsquare.com

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        • Statistical Hypotheses and their tests v2.2


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          محاضرة شاركت بها زملائي في جامعة أم القرى عن الفروض الإحصائية واختباراتها .. Statistical Hypotheses and their tests تنبيه: يوجد تصحيح للشريحة رقم ٤٥ بخصوص العلاقة بين حجم العينة والخطأ من النوع الأول (ألفا) والخطأ من النوع الثاني(بيتا) : فكلما زاد حجم العينة كلما زادت قوة الاختبار أو حساسيته وبالتالي يصبح الاختبار قادراً على رصد أي فروق مهما كانت صغيرة وهذا يؤدي إلى الوقوع في الخطأ من النوع الأول (ألفا) والذي يعني رفض الفرض الصفري عندما يكون صحيحاً. وكلما كان حجم العينة متدنياً فهذا بدورة يؤدي إلى الوقوع في الخطأ من النوع الثاني (بيتا) والذي يعني زيادة احتمالية قبول الفرض الصفري عندما يكون خاطئاً. وبناءً على ماسبق فإنه كلما زاد حجم العينة n كلما انخفضت قيمة (بيتا) وازدادت قيمة (ألفا). أي أنه بزيادة حجم العينة تنخفض فرصة الوقوع في خطآ من النوع الثاني وتزداد فرصة الوقوع في خطأ من النوع الأول. ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ روابط ملف الفيديو http://vimeo.com/93115010 http://youtu.be/B4WpMihIsDo روابط عرض الشرائح http://www.calameo.com/read/003350479949e21d76e14 http://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/34015145

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          • Analysis Of A Move


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            This video demonstrates how to analyze moves by accumulating statistical data from each price move and labeling the end points of those moves with the data values. This analysis is available to both the Zig Zag indicator for automatic identification of moves as well as the Trendline indicator for manual identification of moves.

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            • BP Statistical Review of World Energy: 2012 Global Trend


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              The 62nd BP Statistical Review of World Energy unlocks the story of global energy trends in 2012, including production, consumption, trade, reserves and prices. Client: Ogilvy & Mather

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              • Presentatin 10-6 Worksheet Problems Test of two Means Test of two Proportions from Worksheet March 29 2013


                from Manny Estabrooks Added 110 1 0

                This video provides a treatment of a Statistical Test of Hypothesis for Two Means Small Sample t test and on problem involving a test of two proportions

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                • Researching Musicians' Pains and Solutions


                  from Mathieu Spencer Added 514 1 0

                  Research shows that between 79 and 97% of musicians suffer from pains. Playing hours and hours everyday for years is a major cause. But a musicians’ lifestyle with so many travels as well. From the 14th of February to the 21st of March 2012 We conducted 2 epidemiological studies. A classic paper version in Polish and a web version in both French and Polish. Hypothesis number 1: The more travelling the more pain in musicians. Hypothesis number 2: Approprate Physical Preparation diminishes pain in musicians This was the 1st time these subjects were researched. Starting out, our goals were: -Have a better understanding of musicians’ problems and their relation to travels. -Propose possible solutions -Talk about this with the music world. From 3 Superior Conservatoires in Poland We had 235 students fill in the questionnaire. After checking for errors we ended up with 209. After entering our questionnaire into Google Docs We spread it through our different social media channels. Digital word of mouth got us 186 filled-in surveys. From Professionals, non-professionals and students When we analyzed our data The general results were similar in both our studies and comparable to previous research. 91% of all musicians complained of pain in the past 12 months. The areas they complained the most about: Neck, Upper back, Lower back, Shoulder and Hand These regions are related to a musicians’ posture and the use of his arms and hands. The 3 areas that make a musician diminish or stop playing his instrument are 1st Wrist and Hand 2nd Neck 3rd Fingers These regions are very worrisome for a musician The specific results were more surprising! We only found 1 relationship between pain and traveling. The more a musician does long tours, the more time he has to stop playing. The more successful a musician the more he tours. So if touring a lot can cause them to stop playing. It’s important they learn to prevent these problems. Practicing a sport is good. We discovered a tendency that it diminishes pain and the number of musicians having to stop playing. Musicians that practice racket sports and surprisingly swimming and bike ridding have more pains. The ones that practice ball games and weight lifting less pain! Philippe Chamagne suggested that the HOW you practice a sport is more important than WHAT sport you practice. One of our most important results: Appropriate physical preparation helps musicians avoid pain. All these results are important for Performing Arts Medicine. Which is a growing field, so the more research we have, the better we can help musicians get rid of their pains and prevent them! As a musician it’s important to understand the basics of how the body works. Our line of gravity should go through our ears, shoulders, pelvis, knees and feet. And our head, shoulders and pelvis should be parallel to the ground. This good posture will correctly position our shoulders. That lifts our arm, who frees our fore-arm to position our hand and fingers. So our movements are precise, rapid and more endurent. The nerves going to our head and arms leave the spine in the neck. A bad posture will cause stress and tension there. So the nerves won’t control the muscles as well Our movements will be less precise, slower and less endurent. To avoid this we need to understand 2 key aspects. 1st our support, standing on our feet, sitting on our feet and pelvis. 2nd, our head moves independently from our body. These are the basic principles for an appropriate physical preparation 1 piece of our Health Pie. The other ones? Rest, Hygiene, Balanced Biomechanics and a good diet These 5 aspects are important to keep our bodies functioning at their best. And we need to fit them into a musicians nomadic lifestyle. So they fully nurture their best body-mind relationship to express their creative soul. That’s what we do! In our office in Warsaw and on tour. Isia as a musicians’ physical and mental preparator and me as a chiropractor specialized for musicians. We love talking about this. So send us an email. contact@musicalstate.pl for Isia Smieszchalska and mspencer@rockyourcortex.com for me, Mathieu Spencer

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                  • Maths Statistical Investigation (Jacob's Group)


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                    In term four, Room 4 were learning about question-based statistical investigations. Our group focused on answering the question "What clubs would Room 4 like in 2013?" This movie shows our process! Enjoy!

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