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__6 Basic Statistical Tools__

From the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.__Basic statistical tools in research and data analysis__

Zulfiqar Ali and S. Bala Bhaskar. An article from the Indian Journal of Anesthesiology, 60(9), September 2016. Available free from PubMed Central.- Epidemiolog.net

Epidemiology learning materials and resources for public health. The site has on-line and downloadable free statistical calculators (with documentation) for epidemiology, plus links to free statistics and epidemiology related software. - The File Drawer Problem

Coined by Robert Rosenthal in 1979, the "file drawer problem" refers to the bias introduced into the scientific literature by selective publication--chiefly by a tendency to publish only positive results but not negative or nonconfirmatory results. - First Internet Gallery of Statistical Jokes

Dr. Gary C. Ramseyer. - Free Graph Paper Template

Download printable graph paper or a free Graph Paper Template for Microsoft Excel. - Free Statistical Tools on the Web

International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication __FiveThirtyEight.com__

A website from statistician and data journalist Nate Silver that focuses on opinion polls, politics, economics, and sports. Originally founded to deal with electoral politics (538 is the number of electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College), the site has expanded to encompass many topics involving the use of statistics and data.__Graphing Calculator Help__

Help using TI-82, TI-83, TI-85, TI-86, TI-89, TI-92, HP 48G, CFX-9850 GaPlus, Sharp EL 9600C, and Casio FX2.__Karl Wuensch's Statistical Resources Links__

Links and study materials from a psychology professor at East Carolina University.- Normal Distribution

Learn how to work with the Normal Distribution. __OECD Glossary of Statistical Terms__- Proceeding and Reports from the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology

Proceedings are from FCSM research conferences, policy seminars, and workshops. Reports include*Statistical Policy Working Papers*,*Agency Methodology Reports*, and*Interagency Reports* - Research Randomizer
- Social Psychology Network.
- Resources for Methods in Evaluation & Social Research

International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication. - Stanford Statistics Technical Reports

Technical reports from Stanford on a wide variety of topics in statistical methodology. - Statistics Glossary

Created by Valarie J. Easton & John H. McColl. The site contains methodology definitions, including: Basic Definitions | Presenting Data | Sampling | Probability | Random Variables & Probability Distributions | Confidence Intervals | Hypothesis Testing | Paired Data, Correlation & Regression | Design of Experiments & ANOVA | Categorical Data | Nonparametric Methods | Time Series Data.

- Choosing which statistical test to use - statistics help (Statistical Learning Centre and Dr Nicola Ward Petty)
- Probability and Statistics | Kahn Academy
- Probability and Statistics - Self-Paced by Stanford University
- Statistics 101 (Brandon Foltz Videos)
- Statistics Learning Centre
- Hyperstat Online by David Lane
- 100 Savvy Sights on Statistics and Quantitative Analysis by onlinemathdegrees.org
- Dancing Statistics by the British Psychological Society
- Stat Trek | Teach Yourself Statistics Online by stattrek.com

- Getting Started with SPSS for Windows
- Tutorial by Indiana University that cover the SPSS interface, data preparation, and SPSS output. The tutorial also covers descriptive statistics and OLS.
- SPSS Official Manuals

The official manuals for version are free to the public online from SPSS website. - SPSS Syntax

Many users choose SPSS for its user-friendly interface, however, don't satisfy yourself with it. The Syntax will provide great productivity, and this website will offer effectiveness in learning SPSS Syntax. - SPSS Tutorial

The tutorial is prepared by Academic Technology Services in UCLA. It has a Starter Kit for beginners, and also topics for a range of data analysis models.

R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics which provides a wide variety of statistical techniques, including linear and nonlinear modeling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification, clustering, etc. The program uses graphical techniques, and is highly extensible. R is similar to the S language and environment developed at Bell Laboratories (now Lucent Technologies), and most S code also runs in R.

R is available as Free Software under the terms of the Free Software Foundation’s GNU General Public License in source code form. It compiles and runs on a wide variety of platforms, including Window,s MacOS, UNIX, FreeBSD, and Linux.

__English-language links on R from the Universitat De Barcelona.____R materials available on the web__- Quck-R
__R Project for Statistical Computing____R-Statistics.co__

An educational resource for machine learning and statistical computing in R. The site contains articles and examples in R code, where the goal is to make**#rstats**concepts as clear and simple as possible.

Tutorials - Paired Sample T Test

- Paired Samples T-Test (Kent State)
- Statistics 101: Two Populations, T-Test with Hypothesis (Brandon Foltz)
- One Sample and Paired Sample T-Test Tutorial (The Doctoral Journey)
- Paired Samples T-Test - SPSS (How2Stats)
- Paired Sample T Test
- SPSS Tutorial: Paired Sample t test

Tutorials - One Sample T Test

- One Sample T-Test (Kent State)
- Statistics 101: Single Sample Hypothesis T-Test Concepts (Brandon Foltz)
- One Sample and Paired Sample T-Test Tutorial (The Doctoral Journey)
- One-Sample T-Test - SPSS (Part1) (How2Stats)
- How to Use SPSS-One Sample t Test
- Statistics: Using SPSS to Conduct One Sample t-test
- SPSS for Beginners 6a: One-sample t-tests and Confidence Intervals
- One Sample t-test

Tutorials from Universities

- Kent State University
- Central Michigan University
- La Trobe University
- Princeton Video Tutorials
- Bates University
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Tutorials - Independent Samples T-Test

Tutorials - One-Way ANOVA

- One Way ANOVA (Kent State)
- Statistics 101: One-Way ANOVA, A Visual Tutorial (Brandon Foltz)
- SPSS Tutorial: One Way ANOVA (The Doctoral Journey)
- One Way ANOVA

Tutorials - More One-Way ANOVA

Tutorials - Chi Square

- SPSS Tutorials: Chi-Square Test of Independence (Kent State)
- Statistics 101: Quick Chi-square in SPSS (Brandon Foltz)
- Statistics 101: Introduction to the Chi-square Test (Brandon Foltz)
- Chi-Square Test on SPSS (Andy Field)
- Chi-Square analysis on SPSS
- SPSS for newbies: chi square test of independence