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It is a fact that data and statistics are in vogue. That is why the tools to visualize any type of information are becoming a powerful tool to encourage society to be interested in using these new technologies through specialized software.
Seeing Theory is a new tool designed for statisticians and mathematicians who want to understand probability theories in a simpler way. The answer? Use visualization tools.
The tool has been developed by Daniel Kunin with the support of Brown University taking advantage of the Royce Fellowship Program and the STATS4STEM group of the National Science Foundation.
For Kuin this tool is fundamental if one understands that statistics has become the most important interdisciplinary science and it is fundamental to diminish ignorance in the subject in a society that works based on data and technology.
Thus Seeing Theory uses the D3.js software to exemplify some of the basic concepts of statistics, exposing key ideas of probability, such as the randomness of certain events, calculating data and quantifying results.