• ### CAST: Computer Assisted Statistics Teaching

CAST contains three complete introductory statistics courses, one advanced statistical methods course, and additional modules. Each introductory course presents the same topics, but with different applications. The first is a general version, the second is a biometric version with examples relating to biological, agricultural and health sciences, and the third is a business version. Each course comes in a student version and a lecture version. The additional modules cover Multiple and Nonlinear Regression, Quality Control, and Simulation. Registration is required, but free. Individuals or classes can register.
• ### Earliest Uses of Symbols in Probability and Statistics

This page gives a history of notation and symbols and who developed them for combinatorial analysis, the normal distribution, probability, and statistics. Quotes from the first papers to use these symbols are also given.
• ### Polls: What Do the Numbers Tell Us?

This tutorial opens with a survey on polling. Upon completing the survey, students are taken through an election example which uses polling to explain random sampling, bias, margin of error, and confidence intervals.
• ### Data Collection: Data Archive

This collection of datasets from Princeton University each come with detailed descriptions of the data's history, how it was collected, and the data quality. Scroll down to "OPR Data Catalog Search" and either type your search terms into the search box or click "complete listings" to browse the archive. Data is available in text format.
• ### Data Collection: Datasets for "A Casebook for a First Course in Statistics and Data Analysis"

This webpage presents three new datasets to accompany the book "A Casebook for a First Course in Statistics and Data Analysis" by Chatterjee, Handcock and Simonoff. The datasets address salaries of major league baseball players, state aid to Nassau County public schools, and the success of teams in the National Hockey League, 1995-1996. The datasets are available in Minitab, Text, and Statistix 4 format.
• ### Data Collection: STAT LABS: Data

These datasets come from the book "STAT LABS: Mathematical Statistics Through Applications." Below the link for each dataset are descriptions of the variables for that dataset. Datasets are in text format and address topics such as maternal smoking and infant health, video games, radon, cytomegalovirus DNA, HIV, crab molting, voting, snow gauge calibration, down syndrome, and tape drive quality.
• ### Data Collection: Council of European Social Science Data Archives

This site links to social science data archives all over Europe. By clicking "The Cataloge" users can search for datasets from any country's data archive or go directly to a data archive website by clicking the name of the country. By clicking "The Map" users can see a map of the locations of European data archives and click the country whose archive they would like to see. Some archives require registration to access the datasets.

• ### Data Collection: Data & Information Services Center

This collection of datasets addresses social science issues and is housed at the University of Wisconsin. Free registration is required to access the datasets.
• ### Data Collection: Bureau of Labor Statistics

This page from the Bureau of Labor Statistics provides data and statistics on Inflation & Consumer Spending, Wages, Earnings, & Benefits, Productivity, Safety & Health, International Labor, Occupations, and Demographics. Data is in Excel, html, or pdf format.
• ### SPSS for Windows: A brief tutorial

This tutorial introduces the statistical software SPSS for Windows users. Topics covered include: The Basics, Data, Descriptive Statistics, Chi-square & T-tests, Correlations & Regression, Oneway ANOVA, Factorial ANOVA.