*Thanks to Connie
Varnhagen at Alberta and Gene
Glass at Arizona State, from whose course pages I cribbed most of this
material. *

*I welcome suggestions of other links. *

*--BJ *

*Statistics Courses and Course Aids*- Experimental design teaching resources.
- Al Coons' APSTAT home page.
- ADesign of Experiments home page.
- The JavaStat project lists many elementary statistics calculator programs in Java or JavaScript.
- Alan Rossman's course/book/approach for elementary statistics.
- BBN AP-STAT web page for course materials for the High School AP Stat Course, maintained by Al Coons.
- Stat100 from the University of Illinois-Urbana-Chapaign. Goals are similar to 36-201: Statistical Reasoning and 36-202: Statistical Methods at CMU.
- Download WinPop95, a free MS-Windows compatible statistical package for beginning Statistics classes.
- You can also look at some Experimental JAVA pages for Stat 100.
- Stat101 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.
- 36-201: 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.
- EdPsych 390A: Elements of Educational Statistics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This course uses Data Desk, as do the 36-201 and 36-202 courses at CMU, as well as several other statistics packages.
- Psych 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.
- COE 502: Introduction To Quantitative Methods. Class notes for a course in statistics taught an educational statistician, Gene Glass.
- Download a copy of a simple statistical analysis program called EZQuant.
- You can download (a zipped) program for making probability calculations for common statistical distributions.
- A Bare Bones Introductory Textbook On-line text in statistics from UCLA. Descriptive procedures are the first to be produced for this textbook-in-progress.
- Statistics tutorial Designed for medical and nursing students. Brief review of basic descriptive and inferential statistics.
- Resampling Stats Text and software for inferential procedures that use Monte Carlo simulation, randomization tests, etc. as an alternative to parametric tests.
- Diagnostic Instructional Aid for Noetic Advancement. An interactive exercise in probability.
*Other Interesting Resources*- Some Data being collected for Statistics courses at Cornell and CMU.
- Dr. 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 links.
- Home 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.
- Pitfalls of Data Analysis (or How to Avoid Lies and Damned Lies) Article on statistical analysis that should be on everyone's reading list.
- Characterization of Quack Theories Article on how the misuse of statistics can lead to problems in theorizing.
- Statistics Resources on the WWW from the University of Florida
- The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Statistics: Pointers to data sets, newsgroups and mailing lists, electronic journals, software, etc. Particularly interesting for the pointers to university listings.
- A Guide to Statistical Computing Resources on the Internet Another set of pointers but this one includes an extensive manual on how to travel the Internet.
- Statistics on the Web Yet another great set of pointers to statistical resources. They overlap with the other pointers but have good descriptions.
- Consulting Form UCLA runs a free statistics consulting service. Write your question on a form, submit it and you'll get a response back via e-mail in a day or so, depending on how busy they are.
- Some Statistics Organizations:
- The Institute of Mathematical Statistics: IMS Meetings, Electronic Probability Journals, IMS Bulletin.
- The American Statsitical Association: ASA Home Page and Summer Internship Listings
- Statistics Canada.
- Psych Web Tips for succeeding as a psychology student. Of particular interest is How to write in APA style.
- The Encyclopedia Britannica treatment of the topic of Statistics.

Brian Junker (412) 268 - 8873 Department of Statistics brian@stat.cmu.edu 232 Baker Hall FAX: (412) CMU-STAT Carnegie Mellon University or (412) 268-7828 Pittsburgh PA 15213 USAbrian@stat.cmu.edu