Flip a Coin and Help A Teacher Teach

This was a hoot to see...a teacher (Sean Beaverson) collecting results of coin flipping:



Here's the link to help Sean out: http://goo.gl/u7MS

This is also a neat use of a GoogleDocs form. Can you do that with Excel?


UPDATE from Sean Beaverson:
Thanks a lot for those of you that shared my little project on your
blog and/or twitter.

I am still very happily accepting responses here: http://bit.ly/beavescoin

You can share/view the results here: http://bit.ly/beavescoinresult

I will be using this to analyse results: http://www.r-project.org/

So it is for fun, sort of, but the implications are that using a form
to collect a data set = fantastic data set. I'll keep you updated and
informed.



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