TquanT was an Erasmus+ funded project developing tools for teaching quantitative thinking. General information about TquanT can be found at the project website. A major part of TquanT was the development of educational Shiny R Apps. This Moodle site contains all educational resources that have been developed within TquanT.
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This "course" contains the R Shiny apps that have been built within the TquanT project. For educational purposes, the R source code ist shown below or next to the apps.
The apps are organised in chapters according to topics, and within the chapters they are listed rather chronologically.
We found the students' Shiny Apps so amazing that we decided to put them online.
Again, the students surprised us with great Shiny Apps developed in only a short time.
The Apps produced by the Students at the final mobility activity were equally great.
This course contains students apps and presentations from the TquanT seminar 2019 in Balatonföldvar, Hungary.
This course contains the lecture slides from the 2019 seminar (at Balatonföldvar, Hungary).
This course contains the slides and files of the lectures from the blended mobility activity 2018 in Glasgow (UK).
This course contains the slides and files of the lectures from the blended mobility activity 2017 in Deutschlandsberg (AT).
This course contains the slides and files of the lectures from the blended mobility activity 2016 in Aljezur (PT).
A learnr tutorial on linear regression developed by University of Glasgow.
Please refer to the updated course in the successor project, QHELP!
This course is based on lecture slides by Jürgen Heller, Cord
Hockemeyer, and Luca Stefanutti held at the Erasmus IP Seminar in Sagadi
(Estonia) in 2014 and the TquanT Erasmus+ Seminar in Deutschlandsberg
(Austria) in 2017.
This short course on IRT was implemented in learnr by a group of students at the Glasgow meeting 2018 and then extended by KULeuven.
This course contains a learnr tutorial and a Shiny app using urn problems to illustrate different probability distributions. The learnr tutorial was implemented by a group of students at the TquanT Glasgow Seminar 2018, the app was implemented by University of Tübingen based on the learnr tutorial. However, it has a slightly different selection of probability distributions and it includes some test for your knowledge learned in tutorial and app.
This course contains the slides on ethics of the presentation held by Sergio Moreira at the TquanT seminar 2017 (Deutschlandsberg, AT). The topic is so important, it earns an own course.
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