Statistics Education LinksCompiled by Juha Puranen
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Helsinki
A few links related to Statistics Education
This is Juha Puranen's list of some useful links related to Statistics Education - Online Statistical teaching material, courses , handouts, exercises, articles, datasets, useful lists of links etc...
The list has not been updated since February 2004. Juha has kindly agreed to move the list to CAUSEweb.org to be developed and maintained. This list is still one of the most comprehensive in statistics education and CAUSE is happy to facilitate this work.
Online statistical teaching material
- Maths, Stats, and OR Network.
Supports instructors of Math, Statistics, and Operations Research by promoting, disseminating, and developing good practice in the UK.
Statistical Education through Problem Solving, organized under the UK Teaching and Learning Techniology Programme to produce computer-based teaching materials (for a first course in Statistics) organized around substantive problems in various content areas (biology, business, geography and psychology) [Australian mirror site].
- Computer Aided Learning Tools In Statistics And Modelling (QUERCUS) The project focuses on creating a series of tools to enhance the teaching and learning of statistics and modelling. It is envisaged that this will lead to substantial savings of staff time.
- First Bayes First Bayes teaching package for elementary Bayesian Statistics.
- Models`n`Data A program for teaching statistical concepts Models`n`Data runs on all the Apple Macintosh range of computers, from the Mac Plus onwards.
- Sila The program Sila demonstrates the basics of inference, whereas the program PQRS (also used as a tool in Sila) shows probability distributions.
- Classroom Resources for Mathematics Teachers Probability and Statistics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Three Door Puzzle. An interactive...
- Statistics Instruction Using Technology Target Audience: This software was developed for Educational Psychology 101, Analysis and Integration of Statistical Data in Education, an introductory statistics course for health, psychology, and education students.
- Click&Learn Regression Windows demo version of Click&Learn Regression. Works with both Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. (457K).
WWW - based teaching material
- Web-oriented Teaching Resources in Probability and Statistics
- Statistics for Psychology by Arthur Aron and Elaine Aron ( Elliot Coups, Rutgers Universit Prentice-Hall, Inc.)
- Introductory Statistics Demonstrations
This information will be useful for students as the class proceedes. View these demonstrations after you have covered these concepts in class. Refer back to these demonstrations for a review and a visual guide to some of the conceptual topics related the tests we learn in class.
- STAT 100 Some Experimental Interactive Statistics Pages.
The Department of Statistics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with funding from SCALE (The Sloan Center for Asynchronous Learning Environments), is developing some statistics modules that can be accessed through the web.
- STATS - STeve's Attempt to Teach Statistics
- Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics The goal of this project is to provide interactive, web-based modules for students and teachers of probability and statistics.
- Introductory Statistics.Statistics Online Course Catalog.
- Web Interface for Statistical Education The Claremont Colleges Web Interface for Statistical Education seeks to expand upon the teaching resources offered through the Introductory Statistics courses in the social sciences. This project will develop an on-line teaching tool to take advantage of the unique hypertextual and presentational benefits of the World Wide Web (WWW). The primary application will be to supplement traditional teaching materials by offering self-paced learning of topics and ready access to supporting materials.
- G.A.S.P. The Globally Accessible Statistical Procedures initiative is designed to make statistical routines easily available via the WWW.
- Is your answer correct? by Mike McLaughlin. The calculator on this page computes both a central confidence interval as well as the shortest such interval for an observed proportion based on the assumption that you have no prior information whatsoever.
- SFU Statistics Innovations in Teaching Statistics (Workshopindex)
- Instructions for 30 common calculatorsaA place to refer students who don't know how to work their particular model, the site gives button-by-button instructions for entering data, clearing data, finding one and two variable statistics, even turning the calculator on and off!
- WebStat This site is designed to provide information, demonstrations, links and quizzes associated with statistics. WebStat is specifically designed with Psychology students in mind. This site is done for the Univesity of New England Australia.
- Teach Modules - Teaching Statistical Concepts to Undergraduate Students
- DIGSTATS is a WWW resource for integrating statistics and data visualization into mathematics and science courses in secondary schools, community colleges and undergraduate programs. Modules cover concepts from descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, two dimensional graphical analysis and three dimensional data visualization.
- Diagnostic Instructional Aid for Noetic Advancement An interactive question/answer system covering elementary probability.
- CASIP Restructuring Undergraduate Statistics in Psychology A Complete Integration of Computers into Instruction and Evaluation
- Butterfly StatisticsDid you ever hear of words like mean, standard deviation, or variance? They're statistical terms and this page will help you learn about them and other descriptive statistics concepts. You'll measure traits of buterflies using an image processing program. All of the tools you need, you can get on the Internet. So, check it out....you'll learn about statistics, image processing, the Internet and butterflies! Have fun!
- Educational Multimedia via the Web We are offering a few sets of educational material using the Web as distribution mechanism.
- The Geometry Center The best place, at the moment, to see the possibility of computer intereractive instructional material where the server does the work.
- Multiple Regression with Ren & Stimpy! This overview was constructed by three graduate students at New Mexico State University's Psychology Department as a project for their last statistics course.
- ECO 131: Economic Reasoning Using Statistics! Descriptive Stat, Regression I, Hypothesis Testing
- FR 5218 - Regression Refresher We will apply or talk about the application of regression analysis in conjunction with many topics in this course. The documents below present an incomplete review of simple linear regression as well as a brief introduction to two more advanced regression topics to which reference will be made during the course.
- On-line course in statistics Check out chapter 1 of the on-line course for free !
- Statistics Every Writer Should Know Numbers can't "talk" but they can tell you as much as your human sources can. But just like with human sources, you have to ask!
- Guide to Basic Laboratory Statistics
- Statistical considerations for clinical trials and scientific experiments Find sample size, power or the minimal detectable difference for parallel studies, crossover studies, or studies to find associations between variables, where the dependent variable is Success or Failure, a Quantitative Measurement. or a or a time to an event such as a survival time.
- SMART Explorapaedia of Statistical and Mathematical Techniques. SMART is a collaborative approach to the production and delivery, via the World Wide Web, of training in quantitative methods.
- Ken White's Coin Flipping Page
- Electronic Encyclopedia of Exercises and Examples EESEE is designed to be a resource for educators and an aid for students in the study of statistics. It is intended to serve as a supplement to introductory textbooks written for students with varying degrees of mathematical backgrounds.
- TrackStar TrackStar helps instructors organize and annotate Web sites (URLs) for use in lessons. The resource list remains visible allowing the user to easily stay on track.
- Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.(Statistica) Wikipedia is a multilingual project to create an accurate and comprehensive free-content encyclopedia. We started in January 2001 and are currently working on 205241 articles in the English version.
- Glossary Hyperstat
- SticiGui97, Glossary of Termsby John Pezzullo
- Glossary Fundamental Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences; 4th edition Statistical Methods for Psychology; 4th edition David C. Howell
- A Glossary of Statistics by Norman Marsh, Feb 28, 96, VERSION 1.0, The original source of this file is at
- Glossary of Statistical Terms by Statistics Canada.
- K-BASE The knowledge base on statistical data editing
- PROPHET StatGuide: Glossary
- Dictionary of Financial Risk Management by Gary L. Gastineau & Mark P. Kritzman. The Glossary contains a listing of some 3,000 risk related terms.
- Dictionary by The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.
- Harcourt Multimedia Math Glossary
- A Glossary for Multilevel Analysis
- Math words, and some other words, of interest
- ISI glossary of statistical terms
- Selecting Statistics Glossary
- The Data Analysis Briefbook This is an extended glossary, or condensed handbook, in encyclopedic format, covering subjects in statistics, computing, analysis, and related fields. It intends to be both introduction and reference for data analysts, scientists and engineers.
- Encyclopedia by Science Hypermedia, Inc. is developing educational courseware for general chemistry, analytical chemistry, instrumental analysis, optics, and electronics.
- A Lexicon and Concordance of Terms Used in Statistics and Empirical Research in Education Compiled by John P. Keeves The Flinders University of South Australia November 1995
- A Glossary for terms used in Ordination Oklahoma State University
- Statistics Resources - Econometrics - Forecasting Statistics resources website about Statistics, Econometrics, and Time Series Analysis (Forecasting).
- Internet Glossary of Statistical Terms These glossary entries have been prepared to accompany a computer tutorial based on the book "Statistics Explained" by Professor Howard S. Hoffman. That book was originally published in 1985 by University Press of America (Library of Congress Catalog number ISBN 0-8191-4894-6).
- Glossary of Terms STATLETS NWP Associates, Inc.
- Dictionary Ginger Holmes Rowell, Middle Tennessee State University
- The CONSORT statement is an important research tool that takes an evidence-based approach to improve the quality of reports of randomized trials. Its critical value to researchers, health care providers, peer reviewers, and journal editors, and health policy makers is the guarantee of integrity in the reported results of research.
- World of Mathematics by Eric W. Weisstein Indiana University
Probability and Statistics
- Web Dictionary of Cybernetics and Systems This dictionary is a combination (with permission) of theASC Glossary, Krippendorff's Dictionary and Hornung's Glossary.
- ILMES - Internet-Lexikon der Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung
Java and Other
- Visualizing Statistical Concepts from the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver
- Statistical demonstration Java applets (links) By Lawrence L. Giventer Professor, Dept. of Politics & Public Administration California State University, Stanislaus Turlock, CA 95382
- Interactivate ActivitiesThese activities listed below are designed for either group or individual exploration into concepts from middle school mathematics.
- Calculators on-line center Martindale's 'The Reference Desk'
- Buffon's Needle by Michael J. Hurben
- StatToolThis tool kit of statistics is created and maintained by Allan Chang. The programs were initially created to carry out procedures on the summary of statistical calculations.
- Statistical Java An Interactive Environment for Teaching Statistics. © 2000, S.Dorai-Raj , C.Anderson-Cook , T.Robinson Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Department of Statistics.
- Demos for Learning Statistics This page contains pointers to information centers around the world which provide materials helpful in learning or visualizing statistical concepts.
- Interactive Statistical Pages This page contains links to interactive web pages that perform statistical calculations. Over 260 Links -- And Growing!
- Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics The Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics is under development. It will eventually contain an integrated set of simulations, demonstrations, and case studies.
- INteresting Java Applets
- The CUWU Statistics Program
- Java applets for teaching
- Negative Consequences of Dichotomizing Continuous Predictor Variables by Gary McClelland
- Java Applets for "Random Signals and Noise" by Hong-Jing Lo and G. Tong Zhou.
- Java Applets for Visualisation of Statistical Concepts These applets are designed for the purpose of computer-aided education in statistic courses. The intent of these applets is to help students learn some abstract statistics concepts easier than before. The approach taken here is based upon visualisation and simulation.
- ZunZun.com Interactive 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional Data Modeling
- Java applet hotlist"SurfStat.australia" by Keith Dear, PhD.
- Statistical ToolsMichigan State University
- Project Links This NSF supported project is a cooperative effort between mathematicians, engineers and scientists to develop educational materials that link mathematical topics with applications in engineering and science. The primary product of this effort is a set of interactive, web-based learning modules.
- SISA Simple Interactive Statistical Analysis. SISA allows you to do statistical analysis directly on the Internet.
- Berrie's STATISTICAL PAGE The purpose of this page is to illustrate some statistical concepts using QuickTime movies and Java-applets.
- Mathematics Archives JAVA and Other Interactive WWW Pages We have discontinued our regular listing of JAVA and Other Interactive WWW Pages and now refer our users to our listing of Topics in Mathematics where is it possible to search for specific topics.
- Statistics 201 Java
- Demos for Learning Statistics Statistics Instructional Computing Laboratory (SICL)
- Statistics Applications, Interactive WWWMathematics and the Liberal Arts
- Online resources for elementary statistics by Wlodzimierz Bryc, Cincinnati
- Interactive Great Lakes Water Level PlotsU.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District.
- StatiBot is a wizard for statistical tests
- Introduction to Sampling
- Buffon's Needle, An Analysis and Simulation by George Reese
- On-Line Utilities and Software Available at This Site
- VassarStats On-line statistical computations.
- Tutorials for Statistics on the Computer
- Some experimental WWW pages
- Statistics Notes and Textbooks on the Web by William Knight University of New Brunswick, Canada.
- Knowledge Base Home PageThe Knowledge Base is an online textbook for an introductory course in research methods.
- SURFSTAT australia from Department of Statistics at University of Newcastle, Australia. (Based on Moore and McCabe)
- StciGui:Statistical Tools for Internet and Classroom Instruction with a Graphical User Interface. by Philip B. Starck, Department of Statistica, University of California, Berkeley.
- Randomness isn't haphazard. by Charles Annis, P.E. / StatisticalEngineering dot com
- Statistical Data Mining Tutorials Tutorial Slides by Andrew Moore
- Handbook for a Statistics Project This is a how-to manual for survey research. It covers questionnaire design, analysis with SPSS, and report format. By David W. Stockburger Southwest Missouri State University
- Electronic Statistical Textbook by StatSoft
- The Little Handbook of Statistical Practice by Gerard E. Dallal, Ph.D Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University Boston
- Educational Research Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches by Burke Johnson & Larry Christensen University of South Alabama.
- Concepts and Applications of Inferential Statistics by Richard Lowry Professor of Psychology Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY USA
- Introductory Probability: Statistics 116, by Susan Holmes.
- Statistics A Powerful Edge! Australian Bureau od Statistics
- Seeing Statistics Seeing Statistics is a new approach to teaching statistics using the World Wide Web (a demo)
- Statistics 30X Class NotesDepartment of Statistics, Texas A&M University
- Amazing Applications of Probability and Statistics by Intuitor
- Introductory: Statistics: Consepts, Models, and Applications David W. Stockburger Southwest Missouri State University
- Practical Regression and Anova in Rby Julian Faraway. This book is derived from material that I have taught in the class - Statistics 500 at the University of Michigan. This a masters level course.
- Engineering Statistics Handbook The goal of this Handbook is to help scientists and engineers incorporate statistical methods in their work as efficiently as possible.
- Multivariate Statistics: Consepts, Models, and Applications David W. Stockburger Southwest Missouri State University
- Land Evaluation This page is designed as a source of information for anyone who needs to do or understand land evaluation. We have tried to collect and present as much information as possible relevant to land evaluation.
- Exploring Data This website is an outcome of the 1997 Raybould Tutorial Fellowship. This website contains activities, worksheets, overhead transparency masters, datasets and assessment to support data exploration. It also contains anextensive collection of articles designed to enhance the statistics knowledge of the teacher. There is a resources page that gives a select list of the finest resources available to support introductory statistics, including texts, websites, datasets, java applets and mailing lists.
- A New View of Statistics by Hopkins, W. G. (1997), Internet Society for Sport Science.
The title has a double meaning. If you're new to stats, most of what you read here will be a new view. But even if you have done stats--or if it has done you--there's plenty here that's new. For example, I've discarded all details of computation, in the hope that you will get a better understanding of the concepts. Let's leave the computations to the computers!
- The Prism Guide to Interpreting statistical results.
- Probability: Unmasked by Foster Lindley, Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus The University of Connecticut
- DAU the Stat refresher (Center for the New Engineer, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia) This module is an interactive tutorial which gives a comprehensive view of Probability and Statistics. This interactive module covers basic probability, random variables, moments, distributions, data analysis including regression, moving averages, exponential smoothing, and clustering.
- How do I tell a real difference from random variation? Max Janairo's StatBook at Loyola University Medical Center
The material in this handout is included in the Preventive Medicine materials on LUMEN. The material on LUMEN contains topics not included in this handout.
- Statistics for Engineers From Wollongong University (Rozgonyi) - Under Construction
- Data Mining for Scientific Data Analysis Prepared by Mark Westling, Concept Five Technologies
The goal of this project is to introduce scientific researchers to new ways of solving problems. We hope that this overview of data mining will stimulate creative thinking in applying these techniques to specific problem domains.
- Essentials of Statistical Methods in 41 pages and other books by T.P. Hutchinson.
- Hyperstat Online by David Lane at Rice University.
- Hyperstat online textbook (DE) "Ein interaktives, hypertextbasiertes Statistikskript für Varianzanalyse" von Rolf Plötzner & Nicola Kirchherr, Psychologisches Institut der Universität Freiburg.
- PA 765 Statnotes: An Online Textbook, by G. David Garson
- Basic statistics for clinicians by Canadian Medical Association:
- Hypothesis testing
- Interpreting study results: confidence intervals
- Assessing the effects of treatment: measures of association
- Correlation and regression
- AN INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY by James H. Albert Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Bowling Green State University
- StatWeb StatWeb is designed to enable Students in Biological Sciences to learn the basics of Statistics. Designed at the University of Durham
- Sampling A Workbook by Alison Galloway
- Air University Sampling and Surveying Handbook This handbook contains guidelines for planning, organizing, and conducting surveys. It should be useful to anyone embarking on a project requiring the gathering of data through the medium of the questionnaire. The text is designed to be easily readable, even for someone with a limited background on the subject.
- Natural Resources Sampling produced at the University of Florida.
- Archaeological Sampling Strategies by Jonathan Lizee and Thomas Plunkett University of Connecticut
- Statistics II A practical introduction to the use of statistical tests.
- Probability: Unmasked, by Foster Lindley, Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, The University of Connecticut
- Categorical Data Analysis with Graphicsa Michael Friendly, SCS Short Course
- Gallery of Data Visualization by Michael Friendly. This Gallery of Data Visualization displays some examples of the Best and Worst in statistical graphics, with the view that the contrast may be useful, inform current practice, and provide some pointers to current work.
- A Practical Guide to the Use of Selected Multivariate Statistics by Mike Wulder, The Waterloo Laboratory for Earth Observations. This document is set up to allow the user of multivariate statistics to get assistance in the choice of multivariate technique to use and the state the data must be in to use the desired technique.
- Introduction To Quantitative Methods, by Gene Glass.
- On-line Statisstics by Dr. Ronny Richardson
- Bob Hale's Home Page EDPSY 507 (Educational Psychology)
- Nonparametric Statistical Methods Supplemental Text by Dr. A.J. Rossini This collection of notes was originally based upon those used by Todd Ogdenand John Spurrierin previous incarnations of Stat 518, Nonparametric Statistical Methods, at the Department of Statisticsat the University of South Carolina.
- Introduction to Statistics for the Biomedical Sciences Stat 597a by Dr. A.J. Rossini. These are based on notes, copyright 1991 by Dan Heitjan. Edited and expanded, with permission, by Anthony Rossini, copyright 1994-1996.
- Distance Sampling This book is a comprehensive treatment of distance sampling methods for estimating density and abundance of biological populations. It covers both line transect and point transect (variable circular plot) methods in detail, as well as discussing other less widely used methods such as cue counts and trapping webs. There are many clear examples throughout.
- Basic principles of statistical analysis A WWW tutorial on Mixed Models. By R.J. Baker
- Arteology or the science of artefacts. by Pentti Routio, University of Art and Design Helsinki
- Some Topics in Business Statistics by Hossein Arsham Business Center, University of Baltimore
- Random Number Generators
- Introduction to Monte Carlo Methods
- Teaching Wavelets in XploRe by Sigbert Klinke Humboldt-University of Berlin
- Meta-Analysis Methods of Accumulating Results Across Research Domains (by Larry C. Lyons, Manassas VA) Meta-analysis is a set of statistical procedures designed to accumulate experimental and correlational results across independent studies that address a related set of research questions. The paper gives a brief description of meta-analysis methods based on procedures suggested by Hunter, Schmidt, and Jackson (1982) and Hunter and Schmidt (1990).
- Introduction to Probability by Charles A. Grinstead and J. Laurie Snell. This is a text for a first course in probability. It is a revision of an earlier book written by the second author and published by McGraw Hill. (CHANGE)
- Probability theory - The logic of science (E.T. Jaynes' book)
- Stat 438: Graphical Data Analysis by Prof. Banfield, Discusses how to use graphical techniques to find patterns in data and present results to others. The course explores topics ranging from human visual perception and computer vision to conditional expectation and empirical distributions. There is a special off-campus page to help Internet visitors get started. Syllabus, calendar, lecture notes, assignments, and links to related materials. Montana State University. (Montana State, Stat438, Spring 95) Very good
- Tutorial on Visualizationby Prof. Dr. Gitta Domik, Department of Computer Science, Universität-Gesamthochschule Paderborn
- cs5984: Information Visualization by Chris North Virginia Tech.
- Statistical Graphics in Screen Design
- Information Visualization and Visualization Techniques
- Scientific Visualisation: A Practical Introduction A one day course
- Information on Trellis Graphics
- Information Visualization and Visualization Techniques A Collection of Visualizations by Issei Fujishiro
- Dataplo Dataplot is a free, public-domain, multi-platform (Unix, Linux, PC-DOS, Windows NT, etc.) software system for scientific visualization, statistical analysis, and non-linear modeling. The target Dataplot user is the researcher and analyst engaged in the characterization, modeling, visualization, analysis, monitoring, and optimization of scientific and engineering processes. The original version was released by James J. Filliben in 1978 with continual enhancements to present. Authors: James J. Filliben and Alan Hecker
- Resources for learning more about data analysis
This section provides pointers to work on the WWW that will educate viewers about advances and trends in data analysis, including statistics. As in our other rescources, descriptions are annotated and evaluated.
- ViSta - The Visual Statistics System
- The Interactive Systems Centre (ISC) Guidelines for the Design, Production and Evaluation of Interactive Media (Statistics)
Statistical courses, handouts, exercises, e.t.c.
- Investigating Statistics by Robert L. Hale, Ph.D.
- Business Statistics by Lari Arjomand, Clayton State College. Junior-level course. Syllabus, calendar, lecture notes, assignments, student work, and links to related materials. (needs PowerPoint)
- Math 37 - Probability and Statistics by Dr. Chance, University of the Pasific, Fall 1996, Syllabus, Handouts, Homeworks.
- Stat-301 - Statistics for the Life Sciences - Handouts by Carl J. Schwarz. SFU Statistics
- Notes for a basic Statistics Course by William Knight,
These notes are compiled for a first course in statistics at the University of New Brunswick, and as a resource for high school statistics courses.
- QuizStar Introduction to Statistics by M.G. Settle. Lecture notes + Quiz
- Statistics 3011 Statistical Analysis Luke Tierney Spring 1999
- Stat101 by E. James Harner Department of Statistics. West Virginia University. Handouts
- Brief Statistics Tutorial, Anaesthesiology & Intensive Care Unit, The University of Queensland , Brisbane, Australia Designed for medical and nursing students. Great review of basic descriptive and inferential statistics.
- Calculus Applied to Probability and Statistics for Liberal Arts and Business Majors A Complete Text Resource on the World Wide Web by Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble
- Math 102 Introductory Statistics course at Colgate, with online exercises (excel)
- Statistical Thinking Course at VCU This course at Virginia Commonwealth University uses Jessica Utts' book.
- Collecting and Analyzing Data NUR390: Class: Collecting & Analyzing Data In this module, you will learn to evaluate the appropriateness of data and data analysis methods in relation to the research question/hypotheses and the research design.
- Science 101: Data collection and analysis by Albert Goodman at Deakin Univ
- Introduction to Statistical Methods by R. B. Campbell, lecture summaries, homework assignments, tests.
- Statistics 201 by Arnab Chakraborty. This course is an introduction to the fundamental ideas and techniques behind statistical modeling, with an emphasis on the analysis of real data sets from a variety of fields, using the S-plus statistical programming language.
- Public Management and Applied Statisticsby H. T. Reynolds, University of Delaware. Applied statistics course for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in social and behavioral sciences, public administration, urban affairs, and public programs.
- Principles of Biostatistics by Marcello Pagano, Harvard University. Syllabus, calendar, assignments, and links to related materials.
- Statistical Methods II by Tom Short, Villanova University. Syllabus, calendar, assignments.
- EDP 552 Basic Data Analysis by Dr. Behrens (Syllabus, topics, lecture materials and demonstrations)
- Statistics for Science and Engineering by Prof. Calvin L. Williams, Ph.D., Fall 1997
- Statistics for Engineers
By Professor Tibor G. Rozgonyi Currently at Colorado School of Mines
- STA 541 Applied Statistics for Engineers & Scientists by James M. Davenport
- ST311 Laboratory Reading, Demonstrations, Assignments
- Durham Statistics Group Some handouts.
- Introduction to Descriptive Statisticsby James "Jay" Lawson Hill
- STAT 303, Sections 503-504, Spring 1996 by Professor H. Joseph Newton
- Educational Psychology, PennState
- Inferential Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences Psych 103psi, Spring 1998 A course created by Doug Matheson at the University of the Pacific (CA), U.S.A.
- Psychology 230 by Dr. J. J McDowell, Emory University Atlanta, Georgia Elementary Statistics
- Psychology 242 by T.E. LeVere
- Psychological Statistics by David W. Stockburger, SMSU, Introductory Statistics, Multivariate Statistics, Active X Exercises.
- Educational Psychology 390A by Dr. Gary Cziko, Elements of Educational Statistics, Great lecture notes help clarify statistics.
- PSYC 2101H. Introduction to Statistics in Psychological Research.
- PSYC 5741/5751. General Statistics. A two-semester course covering statistics at the graduate-student level.
- Psychology 3030by Michael Friendly, Intermediate Statistics, York University
- Psychology 6140: by Michael Friendly, Multivariate Data Analysis York University
- Psych 406, by PhD Connie Varnhagen, an Honors Statistics course taught at the University of Alberta (Canada).
- David Howell's Statistical Page This is page contains data files, examples, etc. mostly designed for use with two statistics texts written by the Prof. Howell, Fundamental Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 3rd ed., and Statistical Methods for Psychology, 3rd ed.
- LIR 493: Quantitative Methods by Professor Wallace Hendricks University og Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Institute of Labour and Industrial Relations.
Probability and Inference
- Applied Regression Analysis for MS Students by Prof. Weisberg (U Mn, Stat 5161, Fall 1994) Assignments (html and pdf)
- Prof. Weisberg, Statistics 5161: by Prof. Weisberg, Masters' level Regression Analysis (html handouts, homework assignments, datasets)
- Stat 423 by Prof. Charles Kooperberg, Applied Regression and Analysis of Variance (S+) Labs and midterm. - Winter 1996
- Course notes on Regression and Anova in S+, Generalized Linear Models by Prof. Faraway.
- Virtual Statistics 153A.Statistics 153A is an introduction to regression analysis and its applications; topics include simple regression, multiple regression, and analysis of variance (ANOVA).
- Correlation and Regression by Michael T. Brannick This course is an introduction to correlation and regression. It covers both application and theory underlying these methods, including assumptions, interpretation, limitations, and the proper use of correlation and regression techniques.
- CRDSA OJOC 560 Course Materials by Robert Wolfe Professor of Biostatistics Department of Biostatistics School of Public Health University of Michigan
- EDPSY 507 by Prof. Hale, Multivariate Prosedures in Educational Researrch (3)
This course teaches multiple regression analysis, multiple and canonical correlation, multiple discriminant analysis, classification procedures, factor analysis. (html text)
- STATISTICS 350 Linear Models in Applied Statistics II. by Richard Lockhart, Handouts, assignments.
- Statistics 322by Robert McCulloch
- Statistics/Biostatistics 572 (1996) by Ardian Raftery, - Advanced Applied Statistics and Linear Models III - Spring Quarter, 1996
(homeworks, datasets and comments)
- Sociology 110C by Robert A. Hanneman, Slide-Show Index
This page is the starting point for using a series of on-line slide shows that support lectures in Sociology 110C (Introduction to Multivariate Analysis).
- Phil Pollett MS213: Introductory Data Analysis Introduction: Our objective is to introduce the basic concepts of data analysis. We shall look at the following topics in some detail: methods of summarizing and displaying data, regression and regression diagnostics, analysis of variance, introductory experimental design, chi-square tests and non-parametric methods.
(html handouts, Assignments)
- Linear Regression a lesson by Amar Patel.
This is a lesson which will allow students to explore notions of relationship between two variables. There are many problems and activities included in this lesson to aid learning and classroom discussion.
- Prediction Methods in Science and Technology by Agnar Höskuldsson Technical University of Denmark This website contains different material on Prediction Methods in Science and Technology.
- The Generalized Linear Models Page
- Regression Modeling Strategies With Applications to Linear Models, Logistic Regression, and Survival Analysis, by Ph.D., Professor Frank Harrell, University of Virginia School of Medicine.
- Stat 438 by Jeff Banfield, Graphical Data Analysis - Winter 1995
To get the most out of the course you will need a good graphical Web browser such as Mosaic or Netscape and, when you get to the section on dynamic graphics, a helper application that can play QuickTime or MPEG movies. If you are accessing these pages through the Internet please read the introduction for off campus visitors.
- Computational Statistics, by Prof. Gentle, (Carnegie Mellon University) (PS-handouts)
- Advanced Topics in Computational Statistics by Prof. Gentle, Multivariate Density Estimation, (Carnegie Mellon University) (PS-handouts, assignments, projects).
- Topics in Computational Statistics by Prof. Gentle, Data Partitioning and Resampling, (Carnegie Mellon University) (PS-handouts, assignments).
- Statistical and Scientific Computing, by Profs. Stuetzle and Bruce, (U Washington) (PS-slides, homeworks and solutions).
- Computer Intensive Methods in Statistics: Biometry 494 - 694 by Prof. Susan Holmes
Design of Experiments and sampling
- The Statistical DOE Project (USA) from MISD/MMSTC. An interesting project on Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments, with a brief overview of DOE, teaching materials for download.
- ST711 Design of Experiments by Marcia Gumpertz, Review of completely randomized, randomized complete block and Latin square designs and basic concepts in the techniques of experimental design. Designs and analysis methods in factorial experiments, confounded factorials, response surface methodology, change-over design, split-plot experiments and incomplete block designs. Examples used to illustrate application and analysis of these designs.
- Stat 421 by Prof Charles Kooperberg, Applied Statistics and Experimental Design Fall '96
- Quantitative Population Ecology by Alexei Sharov Dept. of Entomology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
- Natural Resource Measurements Topics
- Analysis of Marked Animal Encounter Data Notes concerning the theory and use of MARK from the graduate course that David Anderson and Gary White teach at Colorado State University: FW663
- Analysis of capture-recapture data. The estimation of population parameters from data on marked Animals
- Directory of randomisation software and services by Martin Bland St George's Hospital Medical School
- Multiple Imputation Online Multiple imputation is a statistical technique for analyzing incomplete data sets, that is, data sets for which some entries are missing.
- Reliability Engineering By Dr. Ramon V. Leon, University of Tennessee. Syllabus, calendar, lecture notes, assignments, exams, student work and links to related materials.
- Statistical Methods for Industry (Statistical Process Control) By Dr. William C. Parr, University of Tennessee. Syllabus, calendar, lecture notes, assignments, and exams as they are given.
History of Statistics
Time Series Analysis
- CHANCE Magazine for statistical students
- Journal of Statistics Education An electronic journal about postsecondary statistics education.
- STATS The Magazine for Students of Statistics
- ESAIM: Probability and Statistics An online probability and statistics journal.
- InterStat An online Statistics journal.
- Journal of Statistical Software An electronic Journal about statistical software.
- The Journal of Applied Statistical Reasoning
- Statistics Teacher Network
- MSOR Connection (ISSN 1473-4869 ex Maths, Stats & OR) is the newly rebranded quarterly newsletter, covering topics in Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research, published in February, May, August and November each year jointly by the LTSN Maths, Stats & OR Network
- Interpersonal Computing and Technology JournalThe Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal (IPCT-J) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, published four times a year. The journal's focus is on computer-mediated communication, and the pedagogical issues surrounding the use of computers and technology in educational settings.
Statistical articles and jokes
- CHANCE Database A Data Base for abstracts of articles in current newspapers and journals also concerning teaching statistics or probability Contains info on how statistics are used in daily life, providing lots of examples suitable for use in teaching of statistics.
- Chance and Data in the News">NCSSM Statistics Leadership Institute Notes
- Chance and Data in the News Presented by University of Tasmania
- NCSSM Statistics Leadership Institute Notes The Mathematics and Computer Science Department of the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics has and will sponsor Institutes for teachers to learn more about statistics and the teaching of statistics.
- How Polls are conductedYour Frequently Asked Questions Answered, By Frank Newport, Lydia Saad, David Moore, The Gallup Organization
- Information on Statistics as a career The education committee of the RSS invites colleagues to provide a simple description of their careers in statistics. The idea is to create a set of careers leaflets to encourage students at school and in university to consider studying the subject with a view to making it a career.
- The Statistical Assessment Service (STATS) is a nonpartisan, non-profit research organization in Washington, D.C. STATS is devoted to the accurate use of scientific and quantitative information in public policy debate.
- Newsletter of the International Study Group for Research on Learning Probability and Statistics
- Statistics and Its Interface with the Secondary Mathematics Curriculum
- 101 WAYS TO DESIGN AN EXPERIMENT, OR SOME IDEAS ABOUT TEACHING DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS by William G. Hunter The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- Workshops in:Study design, Data analysis, Reliability and Validity, The Royal Windsor Society for Nursing Research.
- OzData: Australasian Data and Story Library OzData is a library of data sets and associated stories. It is intended as a resource for teachers of statistics in Australia and New Zealand, and emphasis is given to data sets with an Australasian context.
- DASL Data and Story Library at CMU A repository of stories and datafiles which illustrate various concepts in statistics and data analysis. Stories are organized both by content area and by methodology employed.
- Short Stories about Applications of Statistics. University of Melbourne.
- Understanding StatisticsTutorial for HCI96, by Alan Dix
- UCLA Case Studies A set of nearly 30 content-based case studies of statistical practice by David Draper and George Michailides at UCLA, most with questions and HTML student worsheets.
- Structural Equation Modeling These pages are a brief compendium of resources for structural equation modeling, which subsumes both latent variable modeling (of which confirmatory factor analysis is one example) and also path analysis.
- Common Probability Distributions
Some interesting papers by Dr. Michael P. McLaughlin.
A Compendium of Common Probablity Distributions (.pdf)
Tutorial on mathematical modeling (.pdf). ...
- Galactic Industries Corp. Scientific Stuff Galactic software products are the result of a confluence of science and technology. Behind the user-friendly interface, the point-and-click menus, the speedy processing of data is a strong scientific foundation
- Techonology Issues in Teacher Education Technology creates opportunities and challenges, new solutions and subtle dangers
- One More Teaching Assistant: The World-Wide-Web by A.J. Rossini and James L. Rosenberger.
- Resampling Stats
- Resampling: A Better Way to Teach (and Do) Statistics by Julian L. Simon
- Resampling Statshome page This web server offers info, references, examples and pointers for the method of resampling (AKA "The Bootstrap"). Maintained by the makers of Resampling Stats, a program designed for bootstrapping and monte carlo simulation.
- 1996 NSF Bootstrap Symposium
- CSA: Survey Data Documentation and Analysis
- National Council on Public Polls
- Model-Based Clustering Model-based clustering deals with the problem of determining the structure of clustered data, without prior knowledge of the number of clusters or any other information about their composition, though statistical modeling.
- Ordination Methods for Ecologists The simplest definition is "Putting Things in Order"
- A Dictionary of Useful Research Phrases
- Measurement theory: Frequently asked questions Warren S. Sarle SAS Institute Inc.
- University of Minnesota School of Statistics Research Projects and Papers
- How to study statistics by Paul Hutchinson, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University.
- Net Benefits articles on internet resources for statistics by Mike Fuller
- Adventures in Statistics We describe a mathematics project involving fifth grade students and the area of classrooms, which incorporates measurement, graphing, computation, data analysis, and presentation of results.
- Pitfalls of Data Analysis (or How to Avoid Lies and Damned Lies) Article on statistical analysis that should be on everyone's reading list.
- Characterization of Quack Theories Article on how the misuse of statistics can lead to problems in theorizing.
- Freshman Seminar: SCI199Y Lies, damned lies, and statistics.
- Simpson's Paradox
- How numbers are tricking you by Arnold Barnett. The statistics that fill the media are often subtly misleading. Here's a guide to the most common types of errror.
- The Bartlett corrections page
- AT&T LabsStatistics Group
- Bell Labs Statistics Group
- The Introductory Statistics Course: A New Approach
- The Statiticians Corner: Common Errors
- Using Excel 7 for Statistical Data Analysis by Eva Goldwater Data Analysis Group, Academic Computing November 22, 1997
- Glossary of Mathematical MistakesBy Paul Cox
- Mathematical Quotation Server by Furman University
- Statistician Jokes
- Gary C. Ramseyer's First Iinternet Gallery of Statistics Jokes
- The Archives Of Statistics Fun by Gary Ramseyer
- Guernsey McPearson's Statistical Menagerie
- Commentaries on Significance TestingCompiled by David F. Parkhurst, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405
- Science jokes Science humor collected by Joachim Verhagen
- Hiawatha Designs an Experiment
- Statistician Jokes by Keith M. Gregg
- Statistical Humor
- Profession Jokes Statisticians
- Statistical Quotes By Rainer Wuerlaender
- Workshop Statistics: Discovery with Data This Web page contains links to a variety of information and teaching resources concerning Workshop Statistics. Much of this is work-in-progress, so please check back often to find updated versions.
- Teaching Resources for Undergraduate Statistics MAA Notes, Thomas Moore, Editor
- Electronic Encyclopedia of Statistical Examples and Exercises (EESEE) You will find here examples and information about the NSF project directed by Dennis Pearl to produce an An Electronic Encyclopedia of Statistical Examples and Exercises (EESEE) which has real world data sets along with exercises relating to these data sets for class use.
- Air Quality Analysis Workshop This Web site serves the OTAG Air Quality Analysis working group. OTAG is a partnership between the EPA, the Environmental Council of the States, ECOS and other stakeholders to develop a thoughtful assessment and a consensus agreement for reducing regional background ozone and its precursors, explicitl addressing inter-regional ozone transport over the Eastern US.
- The Explorer The ExplorerTM is a collection of educational resources (instructional software, lab activities, lesson plans, student created materials ...) for K-12 mathematics and science education
- AP Statistics On The Web
- AP Statistics Resources
- THE SCHOOL PAGE
- California State University, Hayward Teaching materials and resources
- The Bell Curve Page
- IDB Population Pyramids This page allows you to obtain population pyramids (graphs that show the distribution of population by age and sex) for one country.
- Snapshot archive
- M&M's"¨ Q&A
- Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles Probability
- The (Combinatorial) Object Server
The idea is that you specify a type of combinatorial object, together with specific parameter values, and COS will return to you a list of all such objects.
- Inverse Symbolic Calculator,
- Plouffe's Tables of Constants
- Lightning Calculator Improve the Quality of Your Training with Quality Improvement Training Aids!
- Useful Books & Journals The reference books below have proven to be helpful in statistical consulting. As a rule, they are written in such a way that relevant sections can be shared between statistician and scientist. More advanced texts may be separated and placed toward the end of a section.
- CMU StatLib (USA) Carnegie Mellon StatLib is a famous archive system with statistical software, datasets and lot of information by mail, ftp, gopher or WWW.
- OzData: Australasian Data and Story Library OzData is a library of data sets and associated stories. It is intended as a resource for teachers of statistics in Australia and New Zealand, and emphasis is given to data sets with an Australasian context.
- Statistical Datasets The purpose of this electronic service is to provide access to a variety of datasets suitable for teaching statistics.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE DATA RESOURCES The University of Massachusetts is a member of several social science data archives which give users access to a wide variety of machine-readable numeric social science data files.
- UCI Machine Learning Repository! Data sets and domain theories (the latter have been annotated as such in the following brief listing) that have been or can be used to evaluate learning algorithms.
- Data Surfing on the World Wide Web Purpose of this page: To provide links to: Datasets, Repositories of Datasets, Textbook Datasets, Additional Data Sources, Other Lists of Data Resources, Search Engines.
- Fishing for Data Using the NET composed by Stephen Turner and Leon Bourn at Babson College
This page is dedicated to the collection of data, databases, and statistics in field and record form.
- JASA data on StatLib (USA)
- Data Sources Find economic data and statistics online for use in research projects.
- Schoenfield's List of Data Archives A valuable list of sources for data files.
- Resources for Teaching Statistics (USA) (from John Behrens), including Dr. B's Wide World of Web Data and Dr. B's Data Gallery, on-line publications, and other information.
- rácade The Resource Centre for access to Data on Europe is an interdisciplinary resource centre that will help researchers and analysts to identify and acquire data for the European Social Sciences.
- The Data Archive home page The Data Archive at the University of Essex houses the largest collection of accessible computer-readable data in the social sciences and humanities in the United Kingdom.
- Statistics in Sports
- Health For All Statistical Database The HFA-DB contains data on key international health statistics for the WHO European Region, with user-friendly Data Presentation System (DPS) software to display these data
- Datasets from Sen/Srivastava:Regression Analysis Janis P. Hardwick University of Michigan.
- A Casebook for a first Course in Statistics and Data Analysis by Chatterjee, Handcock and Simonoff, Data files.
- Modern Industrial Statistics, Kenett and Zacks. Data files.
- GLOBE Student Data Archive Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) is a worldwide network of students, teachers, and scientists working together to study and understand the global environment.
- UK National Lottery Winning NumbersAll previous sets of winning numbers for the UK National Lottery are available in a variety of styles.
Useful lists of links
- Available ResourcesOnline Resources, Textual Resources, Course notes, "Pure" Statistics by CTI
- StatsNet StatsNet is a growing web-based network of experienced statisticians and related professionals from various fields of academics and industry
- Knowledge Discovery Central, a new Web directory containing resources related to knowledge and information discovery from data. There're currently more than 560 links in the database coming from Statistics, Biostatistics, Genetics, Data Mining, Machine Learning, and others.
- Math Forum - Probability & Statistics Classroom Materials for Teachers and Students
- Free resources for methods in social research
- Social Science Research Methods Resources for Teachers Social Science Research Methods: Resources for Teachers collects and organizes material of interest to teachers of research methods in the social sciences. It is compiled and maintained by Roland K. Hawkes.
- Math Forum Internet Resource Collection Statistics.
- Second MomentSecond Moment is a dynamic meeting place for academia and industry in the fields of applied statistics and analytics. It is a platform for showcasing cutting edge academic research and a resource for industry analysts and businesses interested in applying the latest statistical and analytical tools and technology.
- Statistics and Statistical Graphics Resources By Michael Friendly. General statistical resources, York stuff, Statistical Associations, Statistics Departments, SAS stuff, SPSS, LispStat, S Plus, Mathematica, Data Visualization & Statistical Graphics, Psychology & Psychometrics, Online courses, Online WWW statistics, Data, Categorical Data Analysis, Other Statistical Packages, Unix.
- WWW RESOURCES FOR TEACHING STATISTICS by Robin H. Lock Mathematics Department, St. Lawrence University
- Web links concerning statistics teaching by William Knight Mathematics and Statistics Department University of New Brunswick
- Statistics for Educators by emTech .
- Diego Kuonen's Linked Links Statistics.
- Second Moment is a dynamic meeting place for academia and industry in the fields of applied statistics and analytics
- On-line Statistics and Data The goal of the STAT On Line service is to guide you through any statistical problem using direct access to On-Line Databases or descriptions via DATAbank , STATline, to answer questions concerning statistical methods, STATlinks, direct link to other on line statistical servers.
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Statistics Data Sources, Job Announcements, Upcoming Events and Special Pages, Departments, Divisions and Schools of Statistics, Statistical Research Groups, Institutes, and Associations, Statistical Services, Statistical Archives and Resources, Statistical Software Vendors and Software FAQs, Statistical Journals, Mailing List Archives, Statistics Related News Groups, Related Fields.
- Statistikfür Schule und Studium by Peter Krahmer
- Geostatistics and petroleum related WWW siteshe SAND group at the Norwegian Computing Center try to keep a list of interesting links to sites relevant for geostatistics and reservoir description.
- Stephen Senn's Pharmaceutical Statistics Links
- Ordination Methods for Ecologists Ordination is a widely-used family of methods which attempts to reveal the relationships between ecological communities.
- WWW Virtual Library: Biostatistics (USA) from Department of Biostatistics, University of Washington.
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Educational Technology
- Probability and Statistics Resources by Dr. Hossein Arsham.
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Education
- The www virtual library: Random Numbers and Monte Carlo Methods
- Education on the Internet U WI Statistics
- Mathematical Resources on the Internet by Bruno Kevius
- Resources for Teachers and Educators
- EDU2 : EDUCATION AND COURSES
- Statistics Tutorials and DataEAF 410 Research Methods and Statistics in Education I, Trisha Harrington Klass
- Teaching Statistics with the InternetICTM Annual Conference 19 October 1996
- The Propability WEB Probability links, Abstracts, Listservers, Newsgroups, People, Journals, Books, Software, Conferences, Publishers, Miscellaneous.
- Teaching Materials from the Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Department of Health Evaluation Sciences by Frank Harrell.
- Econometric Link The Econometric Links of the Econometrics Journal are edited by Marius Ooms, Department of Econometrics and Operations Research of the Free University in Amsterdam.
- Recursive-Partitioning.com! You're invited to share your ideas, thoughts, experiences, suggestions, or criticism regarding recursive partitioning based supervised and unsupervised learning methods through my mailing list and message board.
- Spreadsheets, Mathematics, Science, and Statistics Education This page tries to collect some information about spreadsheets with an emphasis on mathematics and statistics education.
- A Guide to the Web for StatisticiansTeaching
- Data Visualization Sites and a related visualization & image collection
- Hilgers' Links to Biometry (DE) (by Reinhard Hilgers, University of Göttingen) Biometry listserver, conferences, International Biometry Society, and a lot of topics related to biometry.
- Electronic Services in Statistics (DE) (by Andreas Krause, Ciba Geigy - CH) A guide (paper in CSDA 19, 595ff, 1995) on statistical information on the Internet. His overview contains a lot of mailing lists including access methods, some interesting WWW and ftp servers, and some guidelines for e-mail discussion lists.
- Rainer Würländer Mailing lists and newsgroups, statistical associations and departments, statistical software, miscellaneous, and a directory of professional statisticians worldwide. In addition some German related information is offered to all statisticians with German language skills.
- Cologne University. One of the most comprehensive Web sites on statistics with several links to other statistical resources on the Internet.
- Home Page devoted to sensitivity analysis studies
- Statistical Packages (macros and help)
- STATISTICS links By T. Kadosava (lot of links)
- Helberg's Statistics on the Web (USA) (by Clay Helberg, SPSS, Inc. Chicago). Large collection of statistical links, sorted by professional organizations, institutes and consulting groups, educational resources, publications, software-oriented pages, and some statisticians.
- Vincent's Statistics Page (UK) (by Vincent Granville, University of Cambridge). Job opportunities, preprint services, datasets, softwares, statistical societies, editors, journals, congresses, addresses of statisticians, and other links to interesting servers.
- A Guide to Statistical Computing Resources on the Internet (USA) (by Ken Varnum & John Weise, University of Michigan).
- Math ArchivesTopics in Mathematics - Statistics
- teaching resources Some usefull links by Frederic Udina.
- Statistik By Peter Krahmer
- Probability and Statistics by StudyWeb
- Links to Statistical Resources on the Internet SIGSTAT is the Special Interest Group in Statistics for CPCUG, the Capital PC User Group, in the Washington DC Area.
- Political MethodologyPaul R. Hensel Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Florida State University, Statistical Methodology, Statistical Software, Other Data Collections.
- Some Statistics Resources on the Web
- Other Web sites devoted to statistics Simstat
- Structural Equation ModelingThese pages are a brief compendium of resources for structural equation modeling, which subsumes both latent variable modeling (of which confirmatory factor analysis is one example) and also path analysis.
- Knowledge Discovery Mine This site has lots of information and links related to data mining, or extracting information from large datasets.
- Information on Data Mining/ Knowledge Discovery in Databases. Andy Pryk
- Statoo Statistics - Datamining - Stockmarket Analysis
- Mathematics ArchivesLessons, Tutorials and Lecture Notes.
- Online Educational Resources
- Scientific Visualization Sites This page is an annotated bibliography of scientific visualization web sites around the world. It is a service of the NAS (Numerical Aerospace Simulation) Facility at NASA Ames Research Center.
- Publishers on Internet
- SURVO Survo is a general computing environment developed by professor Seppo Mustonen. The new Windows version SURVO MM was released in the spring of 2001. The unique concept of editorial approach means that all functions of the system are controlled by a specific text editor. The way of working is immediate and efficient, because the results appear at the same word processing area, called the edit field. This approach gives the user not only the results but also the instructions how the work was done.
- WinIDAMS 1.0 WinIDAMS is a software package internationally developed by UNESCO. It is a freeware data mining/statistical analysis software package for 32-bit Windows operating system, which provides data manipulation and validation facilities, classical and advanced statistical techniques, including interactive construction of multidimensional tables, graphical exploration of data, time series analysis, and a large number of multivariate techniques.
- Chemometrics Online Chemometrics Online is a free educational tool that provides you with powerfulmethods of data analysis over the web.
- Webstat A statistical computing environment for the World Wide Web by Webster West
- Stattucino Statistical Analysis Stattucino is a java based system for data analysis. This service is provided free of charge.
- Data visualization system by Moon Yul Huh Professor of statistics SKK University. Davis is a stand alone pure JAVA-based application and has been implemented to make the most of visualization techniques. The key feature of DAVIS is the real-time interaction among the various statistical and graphical tools and tables. For example, when we modify a portion of data in a specific module, or when we change the value of parameters of a statistical module, this effect is propagated to all the other modules in real time.
- CurveExpert CurveExpert 1.3 is a comprehensive curve fitting system for Windows.
- ARC This is the official Web site for the book Applied Regression Including Computing and Graphics by R. Dennis Cook and Sanford Weisberg, published by John Wiley & Sons in August, 1999 (ISBN 0-471-31711-X). It is also the download site for the software package Arc that is discussed in the book.
- Goose The GNU Object-Oriented Statistics Environment. Goose is a LGPLed C++ library dedicated to statistical computation.
- Software Duke University (BATS, DataDesk, Kwikstat and Winks, MathSoft, Minitab Inc, NCSS Statistical Softwar, SAS Institute Inc, SPSS, Stata, Statistica, StatSoft, ViSta, Xlisp-Stat home, Xplore, e.t.c.
- Comparison of mathematical programs for data analysis
- Statistical Computing Resources on the Internet
- Statistical Computing Tools from the Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology Department of Health Evaluation Sciences
- A comprehensive list of power analysis software for for microcomputers University of British Columbia
- Spreadsheets, Mathematics, Science, and Statistics Education This page tries to collect some information about spreadsheets with an emphasis on mathematics and statistics education.
- StatCodes On-line statistical software for astronomy and related fields
- Comparison between SYSTAT and SPSSby Gurusingham Sathiyandra
- ON-LINE COMPUTING HELP
- R R is `GNU S' - A language and environment for statistical computing and graphics.
- EasyReg Econometrics Software for Easy Regression Analysis by Herman J. Bierens EasyReg conducts various econometric estimation and testing tasks under Windows 3.1/95/NT, simply by clicking the mouse. EasyReg is designed for use in empirical research, and for teaching econometrics.
- Multilevel Models Project This page deals with multilevel models in general, and their analysis with Prof. Harvey Goldstein's MLn software in particular. A useful resource for anyone who deals with hierarchically structured data.
- POSDEM, allows for several sampling methods, answering among other questions: what is the best sampling plan for a specific population frame?; which is the sampling size related for a significance level?; what is the mean square error expected?; what are the units that must be investigated?; what happens if ...?
- NonParametric STATistical Testing NPSTAT and NPFACT are a subset of programs developed to carry out computer intensive analysis (such as randomization tests but not bootstrapping). They provide nonparametric methods of nullhypothesis testing.
- Ade-4 Ecological Data Analysis : Exploratory and Euclidean methods in Environmental sciences
- NetMul a WWW online multivariate analysis system.
- XLSTATS LSTATS (Version 1.1) is a set of EXCEL 5 workbooks/templates useful for statistical analyses and exploration.
- Accessible Statistical Resources for Medicine and Life Sciences. The Arcus project exists to provide accessible statistical resources for medicine and the life sciences. New methods and state of the art algorithms are included rapidly once they are accepted by consensus of experts. Support of non-expert users is given by very easy to use software and extensive help illustrated with examples. Support of expert users is given by coverage of methods not included in or done poorly by other statistical packages. Shareware version of Arcus Pro-Stat for DOS
- Jim Steiger's Home Page The following free software is available now for downloading. Help yourself!
MULTICORR : A DOS program for testing pattern hypotheses on correlations. Want to test whether a group of correlations are all zero? Want to compare matrices of correlations over time? Want to test for circumplex structure? Look no further.
R2 : A DOS program for confidence interval estimation, power calculation, and sample size estimation for the squared multiple correlation. You are unlikely to find these capabilities anywhere else.
- Data Desk Data Desk Demonstration CD-ROM. This CD contains demonstration versions of Data Desk and ActivStats that run on Macs, and PCs running Windows 95 and Windows NT.
- Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Mainly SAS
Organisations and lists
- Royal Statistical Society
- MeaNs Matching Education, Assessment ans Employment Needs in Statistics
- American Statistical Association (ASA)
- American Statistical Association (ASA) Section on Statistical Education
- The Societe Francaise de Statistique
- Classification Society of North America (CSNA)
- ENBIS European Network for Business and Industrial Statistics.
- Overview of Time Series Analysis This site is a forum to exchange information, ideas and tools about Time Series analysis. The site, is moderated by the Applied Statistics group at the Joint Research Centre.
- ISI - INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL INSTITUTE
- International Association for Statistical Education
- AERA Educational Statisticians SIG
- Stat Ed Section Newsletter
- Ed-stat by thread
- FAQ for STAT-L/SCI.STAT.CONSULT
- apstat-l Advanced Placement Statistics
- National Academic Mailing List Service Facilitating Discussion, Collaboration and Communication within the UK Academic Community and beyond
- The AI-GEOSTATS mailing list site ! The main goal is here to promote communication about spatial data analysis (GIS, geostatistics, spatial statistics, sampling strategies,...) between persons working in different fields.
- Computer-based learning in Statistics: a developers' forum The group is intended for those who are active in developing computer-based learning material. For those simply seeking information on what is available, the CTI Statistics Web site will continue to provide this.
- Teaching-statistics This list is for those concerned with the initial teaching of statistics in all phases of education. It will relate to the objectives of the journal Teaching Statistics and the associated Trust, and will also enable discussion of how to make teaching and learning statistics more effective.
- Neural Network FAQ, part 1/7.
- The List of Statistics Lists by Mike Fuller
- A Guide to Statistical Computing Resources on the Internet Mailing Lists and UsenetGroups.
- CAPS Consortium for AP Statistics
- Design of Experiments Home Page.
- Statistical AnalysisCTI Psychology's directory of software.
- Statistical Tutorials CTI Psychology's directory of software.
- Ulrich. Data analysis FAQ (1),
- Ulrich. Data analysis FAQ (2),
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