My favorite project was the Minute to Win it game. I liked it because it gave us the
freedom to completely choose our own project and rules. This meant that every group was doing a
different game, but still collecting similar data. Our game was called Tilt-a-Cup, which is a game
where both the player and the data collector are involved. After we collected data from fifteen different subjects, we ran it through a bootstrap hypothesis test on StatKey. From this we found our p-values and confidence intervals. In the end I think that this was a very educational project. I learned a lot from it and it was a fun experiment to conduct.