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Statistical Links

Places to go for statistical information

University of Florida

Bill Meeker

Great site for Statistical Methods for Reliability Data.

Frank Harrell

"P-values are dangerous, especially large, small, and in-between ones."

   - Frank E. Harrell Jr.,
   Prof. of Biostatistics & Statistics
   U. Virginia School of Medicine

now

   Professor of Biostatistics
  Department Chair
  Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

is the most powerful statistical and graphics engine available anywhere. It is a (free) GNU project similar to the award-winning S language and environment which was developed at Bell Laboratories (formerly AT&T, now Lucent Technologies) by John Chambers and colleagues.

Click here to download R.

Click here to see examples of R's extraordinary graphics capabilities.

Oxford

 

Carnegie-Mellon

StatLib, a great resource.

American Statistical Association

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Duke

 

Statistical Science Web

Gordon Smyth's Guide to the Web for Statisticians

John C. Pezzullo

Here's a link that will perform a gazillion statistical tests.  You still have to know what your doing, of course.  Otherwise it'd be like having detailed instruction for performing dentistry - pretty scary if you're not a dentist.

Bill Meeker Great site for Statistical Methods for Reliability Data.
Bill Meeker Great site for Statistical Methods for Reliability Data.
Statistical Science Web Gordon Smyth's Guide to the Web for Statisticians

 

John C. Pezzullo Here's a link that will perform a gazillion statistical tests.  You still have to know what your doing, however.  Otherwise it'd be like having detailed instruction for performing dentistry - pretty scary if you're not a dentist.

 

Rainer's Home Page for Statisticians

 

A trove of statistical goodies from Germany.
Histogram An interesting illustration of histogram behavior from R. Webster West at the University of South Carolina.  

 

Random?

 

How Random is your Random Number?
HYPERSTAT A fun and useful on-line Textbook

 

StatSoft Another on-line statistics text reference

 

IFCI The Glossary contains a listing of some 3,000 risk related terms

 

Statistical History The University of St. Andrews Scotland

 

VESTAC
   in the Netherlands
Java Applets for Visualization of Statistical Concepts    COOL!

Regression slope and intercept correlation
JAVA applet demo

 

   

NC State University

Statnotes: An Online Textbook

 

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