Google and YouTube are your friends – you can find information and explanations
(much of excellent quality) on virtually any topic of interest. The links here are
to sites supported by teachers of statistics.
The New Statistics
- Geoff Cumming has a wonderful set of videos to accompany his book The New Statistics: Estimation for better research.
Click the link to videos – the Dance of the p-values (Chapter 9) is not to be missed. The book is excellent as well.
- The Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics
- This website contains statistical simulations and
Hyperstat, an online text
- This site includes thousands of short video presentations (about 10-12 minutes) on a wide range of
topics in science and mathematics, including more than 100 on statistics and probability.
- Online Statistics Course Materials
- Jasmine Parker has compiled links to materials for online courses in statistics and other subjects. This link will take you
directly to the statistics courses page.
- This quirky site includes many useful explanations, with humor that may amuse, annoy, or offend.
Karl Wuensch's Statistical Help Page
- Vast number of links to statistics resources, including discussions of
David Howell's Statistical Homepage
- An author of popular statistics textbooks,
Howell offers data sets, exercises, archived discussion lists, lists of errors, and examples that correspond with the texts.
The resources may be used independent of the texts.
Choosing the Right Statistical Test
- A table depicting guidelines for choosing the
appropriate statistical test based upon factors such as the
nature of independent and dependent variables.
Includes links to guides on how to conduct the corresponding test in SAS, Stata, and SPSS.
College-level booklets on many statistical topics
- David Garson provides .pdf and/or Kindle versions of papers on a wide range of statistical topics. Many of the papers are free for registered
users, though the Kindle versions are not.
Last updated: January 21, 2014