Statistical methods and S Guide - Resources and Review

Software, data set archive and explanation of Q methodology, which was invented in 1935 by British physicist
psychologist William Stephenson (1953) and is most often associated with quantitative analysis due to its involvement with factor analysis.
Research centre which provides a focus for research on survey and census data analysis. Research addresses methodological aspects of survey data analysis and the application of innovative analytical methods to survey data in substantive contexts. Abstracts of technical reports are available online.
Collection of slides explaining macroscopic thermodynamic properties in terms of microscopic properties of chemical systems. Provides information on the Boltzmann distribution function, polymers and biopolymers in statistical dynamics, and the relation of statistical mechanics to thermodynamics.
A collection of Java applets that perform a few basic statistical tests, including T
Test, analysis of variance, simple least squares and Spearman's rank correlation.
Outlines statistical concepts and tests as they are applied and implemented on commercial software packages such as SPSS and SAS. Chi
square, t-test, ANOVA, and MANOVA are amongst the tests covered.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources about statistical theory.
Presents the deterministic modelling process in the context of linear optimisation. Offers a guide to linear programming, the dual problem, dealing with uncertainties, and sensitivity.
Links to mailing lists and newsgroups related to statistics.
Aims to promote the improvement of survey practice and the understanding of survey methods by encouraging theoretical and applied research on survey related topics and by disseminating information on survey methods.
Interactive textbook for students of introductory statistics. Contains chapters on the principles of measurement, distributions, correlation and regression, statistical significance, probability, Chi
square procedures, t-tests, and analysis of variance.
Set of links to selected collections of statistics and to resources relevant to statistical analysis.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of statistics.
Chapter headings include continuous random variables and histograms; probability density functions; mean, median, variance and standard deviation; and you're the expert. A series of exercises accompany the text.
Offers definitions and guidelines for the reporting of statistical banking data, and provides an account of current country practices regarding the coverage and disaggregation of reported data. Offered as a PDF file, the report also includes a glossary of key terms.
Annotated collection of java applets demonstrating statistical computations such as basic probabilities, categorical frequency data, proportions, ordinal data, correlation and regression, normal distribution, t
tests, analysis of variance, and one-way and two-way ANOVAs.
Aims of this project include the development of statistical models for the analysis of hierarchically structured data and the provision of appropriate software.
EstimateS is a statistical application designed for computing species richness from sample data. It computes randomised species accumulation curves, statistical estimators of true species richness and a statistical estimator of the true number of species shared between pairs of samples. This free software is available for Macintosh, Windows 95 and Windows NT and includes a user guide.
An elementary guide to selecting a statistical test for social science research, based on the number and type of variables and the outcome required.
National statistics agency for Canada which provides census data, selected articles from analytical periodicals, tabular data on aspects of Canada's economy, land, people and government, a catalogue of agency products and services, and a guide to the concepts, definitions and methodologies employed by the agency. Information is available in English or French.
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