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If you got here from.... 
The new link is.... 
The old link was.. 
Posted: 2013.06.06 Still Live as 2016.03.01)

The GiveWell Blog: Flowthrough effects 
https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/ricard_excerpt 
http://www.dkfriedman.name/ricard_excerpt.html 
Posted: 2012.07.28 Dead Link as of 2016.03.01

TakePart:Horrific 10 Percent Literacy Rate Prompts ACLU to Sue Michigan Schools 
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxkYXZpZGtpdGZyaWVkbWFufGd4OjI0YTE1ZGQ0Mzg2ZGUyOQ 
http://www.dkfriedman.name/ss_vs_michigan 
Posted: 2009.11.18 Still Live as of 2016.03.01 
Topic: [apstat] Independent vs. Mutually Exclusive Events 
https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/venn_high_school.png?attredirects=0 
http://www.dkfriedman.name/venn_high_school.png 
Posted: 2009.10.27 The image doesn't show up any more and I no longer have access to the account.....The image was after the text:"you need to use the following formula (convolution):" Still live as of 2016.03.01

Is a subset of a normal distribution normal? [Archive]  Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum 
https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/convolution.png?attredirects=0 
http://www.dkfriedman.name/convolution.png 
Posted: 2009.10.16 The link is still there in the thread for that: http://www.dkfriedman.name/picker_calc.html (2016.03.01)

More determining sample size [Archive]  Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum 
https://script.google.com/macros/s/AKfycbxbtAxrrbhWPqHdLoRtwfO8yVktXfNlOZ5cae0sVb9iBaas8Q/exec 
http://www.dkfriedman.name/picker_calc.html 
Posted: 2009.10.16 The image was put after the text: "the equation then for the P(EP=0  EF=0 ) is:" (2016.03.01)

More determining sample size [Archive]  Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum 
https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/picker_eqn.png?attredirects=0 
http://www.dkfriedman.name/picker_eqn.png 
Posted: 2009.10.13 The graph is for that function spoken about in the last message I posted on that thread (10142009 07:24 PM) for the function defined there which has a maximum at both 1 and +1. (2016.03.01)

descriptive statistics, easy question [Archive]  Statistics Help @ Talk Stats Forum 
https://sites.google.com/site/davidkitfriedman/bimodal.png?attredirects=0 
http://www.dkfriedman.name/bimodal.png 