from the University of New Castle, NSW, Australia. Impressive on-line textbook
description including many examples and explanations. Great way to review
CMU's 36-201 and gear up for 36-202.
Statistical Reasoning at Carnegie Mellon University. This is mostly
a collection of postscript files (the handouts, hw assignments and solutions,
exam review sheets, etc.) from a liberal arts introduction to statistical
reasoning at CMU.
406, an Honors Statistics course taught in the Psych Department at
the University of Alberta (Canada) by Connie Varnhagen. This is a well
organized course with many interesting application examples.
being collected for Statistics courses at Cornell and CMU.
B's World of Statistics. and Dr.
B's Wide World of Web Data. John Behrens teaches statistical methods
in the College of Education at Arizona State University and has done a
great deal of work collecting resources for data sets and statistical methods
from across the Internet and combining them with his own. Check out both
Page and Statistics
Resource Page of David Howell, author of a popular statistics text.
Some interesting statistics information plus detailed examples of various
types of analyses.