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- 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.
- AT&T
- CHANCE Database - Data Base for abstracts of articles in newspapers and journals.
- Characterization of Quack Theories - Russell Turpin's "Characterization of Quack Theories"
- Common Probability Distributions - This Compendium describes distributions appropriate for the modeling of random data.
- CSA: Survey Data Documentation and Analysis - "SDA is a set of programs for the documentation and Web-based analysis of survey data. There are also procedures for creating customized subsets of datasets. This set of programs is developed and maintained by the Computer-assisted Survey Methods Program (CSM) at the University of California, Berkeley. CSM also develops the CASES software package."
- Model-Based Clustering - University of Wasghington
- Newsletter of the International Study Group for Research on Learning Probability and Statistics
- Pitfalls of Data Analysis (or How to Avoid Lies and Damned Lies) - Article on statistical analysis that should be on everyone's reading list.
- Resampling Stats Resampling: A Better Way to Teach (and Do) Statistics by Julian L. Simon
- Short Stories about Applications of Statistics. - University of Melbourne.
- Techonology Issues in Teacher Education Technology creates opportunities and challenges, new solutions and subtle dangers
- The Bartlett corrections page - This is a WWW home page for Bartlett corrections and their extensions. Such corrections were originally proposed by M.S. Bartlett in 1937 in an eventually influential paper entitled "Properties of sufficiency and statistical tests" published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A.
- The Introductory Statistics Course: A New Approach
- The Statiticians Corner: Common Errors
- University of Minnesota School of Statistics - Research Projects and Papers

- Chi Square Calculator
- HyperStat Online Contents
- HyperText Psychology - How do we know what the results of a study or experiment mean?
- Interactive Java applications to explore statistics
- Interesting Java Applets - This collection of of Java applets comes from NWP Associates, Inc. Datasets up to 100 rows, 10 columns can be analyzed for free; anything larger requires a subscription.
- Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models, and Applications by David Stockburger
- Java Applets for Visualisation of Statistical Concepts from VESTAC - "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 visualization and simulation."
- Java Demos for Probability and Statistics - The Math Forum at Dexel
- JavaStat - by John C. Pezzullo, "The web pages listed here comprise a powerful, conveniently-accessible, multi-platform statistical software package. There are also links to online statistics books, tutorials, downloadable software, and related resources. All of these resources are freely accessible, once you can get onto the Internet. FREE dial-up Internet access is available from NetZero and Juno."
- SIIP - Statistical Instruction Internet Palette - Arizona State University
- Statistical Calculators - UCLA
- Statistical Policy Working Paper 10 - Approaches to Developing Questionnaires - Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology
- Statistics Every Writer Should Know - Robert Niles
- Statistics on the Web - by Clay Helberg. "This is a list of statistics resources I have discovered on the World Wide Web (WWW). I hope you will find them useful. If you know of (or maintain) a statistics resource on the Web that you don't see here, please drop me a line to let me know about it, and I'll take a look at it. Enjoy!"
- t-test Calculator - Research Info Com
- The Infamous Monty Hall Problem - This page maintained by CoMedia Consulting.
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Statistics
- Two-Way ANOVA - Multivariate Statistics: Concepts, Models, and Applications, David W. Stockburger
- Type I & Type II Errors in Hypothesis Testing - Sid Sytsma - Ferris State University

- Effective Schooling Practices: A Research Synthesis - 1995 Update
- Reading Recovery: The Claims Versus the Facts
- Scientists and Science Education Reform: Myths, Methods, and Madness by James M. Bower
- The Bracey Report
- The Great Debate Revisited
- Understanding Tests and Measurements for the Parent and Advocate
- What Is A Survey?

- BA 411: Statistical Forecasting - Duke, School of Business
- Bob Hale's Home Page - Penn State University
- Categorical Data Analysis with Graphicsa - This document provides several versions of my short course notes for Categorical Data Analysis with Graphics, offered through the Statistical Consulting Service at York University.
- Electronic Statistical Textbook - by Statsoft
- Gallery of Data Visualization - by Michael Freindly, The Best and Worst of Statistical Graphics
- Hyperstat Online
- VisualStat - in German
- Introduction to Biostatistics - by Bret Larget at Duquesne Uuniversity
- Introduction to probability - Probability only, no statistics
- Introduction to Probability - "This introductory probability book, published by the American Mathematical Society, is available from AMS bookshop. It has, since publication, also been freely available here in pdf format. We are pleased that this has made our book more widely available."
- Introductory: Statistics: Consepts, Models, and Applications - David W. Stockburger Southwest Missouri State University
- Multivariate Statistics - by David W. Stockburger, Southwest Missouri State University
- On-line Statistics - Michael Friendly, Statistical Consulting Service, York University
- PA 765 Statnotes: An Online Textbook - An Online Textbook, by G. David Garson
- Probability theory - The logic of science - E. T. Jaynes, Wayman Crow Professor of Physics, Washington University
- Seeing Statistics - "Seeing Statistics ® is a new approach to teaching statistics using the World Wide Web. This webbook is based on three premises."
- Some Topics in Business Statistics - Professor Hossein Arsham. "This Web site is a course in statistics appreciation; i.e., acquiring a feeling for the statistical way of thinking. It is an introductory course in statistics that is designed to provide you with the basic concepts and methods of statistical analysis for decision making under uncertainties. Materials in this Web site are tailored to meet your needs in making good decisions by fostering statistical thinking. The cardinal objective for this Web site is to increase the extent to which statistical thinking is merged with managerial thinking for decision making under uncertainty."
- ST564 Applied Spatial Statistics - Course notes at North Carolina State University
- STAT 100 - John Marden, Champaign-Urbana Web University
- STAT 303 - H. Joseph Newton, Statistics Department, Texas A&M University
- Stat 407 - Methods of Multivatiate Analysis - Dianne Cook, Iowa State University
- Stat 501 - Multivariate Statistical Methods - Dianne Cook, Iowa State University
- StciGui: Statistical Tools for Internet and Classroom Instruction with a Graphical User Interface - Philip B. Stark, Department of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley
- Statistics, The Study of Stability in Variation - by Jan de Leeuw, UCLA
- Statistics at Square One - by T D V Swinscow, Revised by M J Campbell, University of Southampton
- Stat Primer - by Paul Murky, Marg Innovera, Haywood Jabuzoff, and PatMcCann
- The Prism Guide to Interpreting statistical results - "This guide is excerpted from Analyzing Data with GraphPad Prism, a book that accompanies the program GraphPad Prism. Browse this guide using the Contents navigation on the left. You may also download the entire book."

ST711 Design of Experiments - D.A. Dickey, Professor in the Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University

- A Casebook for a first Course in Statistics and Data Analysis - by Samprit Chatterjee, Mark S. Handcock, Jeffrey S. Simonoff, New York University
- CMU StatLib (USA) - StatLib is hosted by the Department of Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University
- Data sets from Box, Hunter & Hunter
- Data Surfing on the World Wide Web - Robin Lock at St. Lawrence University
- Dr. B's Wide World of Web Data - From ASU Research Methods
- Electronic Dataset Service - Statistical Data and Software Help, University of Massachusetts
- Fishing for Data Using the NET - Fishing for Data Using the NET Homepage, Designed by Leon L. Bourn and Stephen J. Turner, Site maintenance and research by Julia N. Phinyawatana
- ICPSR Homepage - INTER-UNIVERSITY CONSORTIUM FOR POLITICAL AND SOCIAL RESEARCH
- Information on Trellis Graphics - Bell Labs
- JASA data on StatLib (USA)
- JASA dataset archive - from Journal of the American Statistical Association
- Milliken & Johnson (Analysis of Messy Data) datasets
- NACDA -National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging
- National Archive of Criminal Justice
- Schoenfield's List of Data Archives
- Social Science Data Resources - University of Massachusetts
- Statistical Datasets - University of Massachusetts
- StatLib - Datasets Archive
- UCI Machine Learning Repository! - School of Information & Computer Science, University of California, Irvine
- ViSta - The Visual Statistics System - by Forrest W. Young.

Data from Bayesian Data Analysis - Andrew Gelman, professor in the Departments of Statistics and Political Science at Columbia University

- A Glossary of Statistics
- American Educational Research Association
- American Statistical Association
- Andy Pryke's Home Page
- Basic Ideas Underlying Large Deviations
- Basic Principles of Statistical Analysis
- Buffon's Needle
- Buros Institute of Mental Measurements
- Calculators on-line center
- Chi-Square Lesson
- Collecting and Analyzing Data
- Cologne University
- Comparative Research Design
- Confidence interval for correlation coefficient
- Correlation and Regression
- Data Applet
- Designing Clinical Trials
- Dictionary of Useful Research Phrases
- DIGSTATS
- Dr. B's World of Statistics
- Econometric Link
- Econometrics Lecture Notes
- Electronic Encyclopedia of Exercises and Examples
- Electronic Encyclopedia of Statistical Examples and Exercises (EESEE)
- Electronic Services in Statistics
- EUCRIS
- European Current Research Information Systems
- Experimental design
- GASP homepage
- Glossary
- Guide to Preparing Your Master's Thesis (October 1994)
- Helberg's Statistics on the Web
- History of Statistics Material
- IDB Population Pyramids
- Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles
- Internet Glossary of Statistical Terms
- Introduction to Descriptive Statistics
- Introduction to Probability with M & M's
- Introduction to Quantitative Methods
- Introduction to Radial Basis Function Networks
- Introduction to Sampling
- Introductory Statistics Demonstrations
- Ken White's Coin Flipping Page
- Lecture notes for B8:Statistics
- Linear Equations
- Linear Regression
- Materials for the History of Statistics
- Math Archives
- Math Forum - Probability & Statistics
- Mathematical Resources on the Internet
- Mathematics Archives
- Misunderstanding Educational research
- MultiMedia Statistics.
- NetMul
- Online resources for elementary statistics
- Online Statistics Textbook (USA)
- On-Line Utilities and Software Available at This Site
- Other Web sites devoted to statistics
- Political Methodology
- Project Links
- Public Management and Applied Statistics
- Publishing on the Web Is Different
- Quantitative Population Ecology
- Quincunx
- QuizStar
- Regional Educational Labs
- Regression Applet
- Resources for Teachers and Educators
- Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics
- Sampling from Probability Distributions
- Science 101: Data collection and analysis
- SFU Statistics
- SFU Statistics Innovations in Teaching Statistics
- Simple Interactive Statistical Analysis.
- Snapshot archive
- Spreadsheets, Mathematics, Science, and Statistics Education
- STATISTICAL CONCEPTS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
- Statistical considerations for clinical trials and scientific experiments
- Statistical Methods II
- Statistical Thinking Course at VCU
- Statistics
- Statistics and Statistical Graphics Resources
- Statistics Applications, Interactive WWW
- Statistics for K-12 Students
- Statistics on the Web
- Statistics Resource Page
- Statistics Resources on the WWW from the University of Florida
- Statistics Tutorials and Data
- Statlets - Java Applets for Statistical Analysis - free for academic use
- STATLETS - Applets for statistical data analysis and graphics
- Statoo
- Teaching Tips (TA info, from Berkeley)
- The Applied ProbabilityTrust
- The Bell Curve Page
- The National Center for Education Statistics
- The Visualization Theatre
- The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Statistics
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Education
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Educational Technology
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Statistics
- The www virtual library: Random Numbers and Monte Carlo Methods
- Types of Research
- VassarStats: Web Site for Statistical Computation
- Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics
- Web links concerning statistics teaching
- WebDice! - This page will simulate the rolling of a set of dice.
- WebPower - This form runs a SAS program that calculates power or sample size needed to attain a given power for one effect in a factorial ANOVA design. The program is based on specifying Effect Size in terms of the range of treatment means, and calculating the minimum power, or maximum required sample size.
- WebStat
- Welcome to the ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation
- Welcome to WebStat
- WWW RESOURCES FOR TEACHING STATISTICS

- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Introduction to SAS/GRAPH
- JMP Software: Exploratory Data Analysis
- Neural networks with SAS, Homogeneity of variance
- SAS FAQ
- SAS File Contribution Server
- SAS for the Masses
- SAS Frequently-Asked Questions
- SAS Institute Inc.
- SAS Institute Web Tools
- SAS Macros for Data Warehousing
- SAS Notes Through Email
- SAS Statistical Software
- SAS Tech Support "Find Your Answer Here!"
- SAS/Graph Guide
- SAS/INSIGHT guide
- SAS/Stat R and D pages
- The GRAPHICS MACRO FAMILY and the use of SAS and SAS/GRAPH

Common Correlation and Reliability Analysis with SPSS for Windows - by Robert A. Yaffee, Statistics and Social Science Group, Academic Computing Facility, New York University Internet guide to SPSS for windows - Wolfgang Ludwig-Mayerhofer Introduction to SPSS/Windows version 9 Multivariate Statistics: Concepts Models and Applications New features in SPSS 6.1 for UNIX Raynald's SPSS Site (courtesy of Raynald Levesque) Resources to help you learn and use SPSS from the ATS Statistical Consulting Group at UCLA Running SPSS under UNIX SPSS SPSS Course Contents for Psy 384 & 580 SPSS for Windows ver. 10 Editor SPSS Tips SPSS Tutorial - Harvard-MIT Data Center SPSS Tutorial - Social Sciences Research and Instructional Council SPSS-L Discussion archives - North Carolina State University SYSTAT SYSTAT 7.0 Product Information SYSTAT applications The SPSS web site Using SPSS 8.0 to Analyze Statistical Data - Waterloo UT Austin ITS Statistical Services

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