This is an online statistics book with links to other statistics sources. The site provides a tutorial on a variety of statistical concepts, including univariate data. Title, Hyperstat Online Statistics Textbook. Author, David M. Lane. Published, Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. HyperStat Online Textbook. This resource contains a broad range of information concerning statistics. It is divided up into 18 chapters and also includes links to.
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The step by step insructions are easy to follow. An excellent beginner’s guide to SAS. Examples are drawn from medicine, education, psychology, business, and other fields. An excellent resource for the professional who needs to brush up on statistics. I use this book in conjunction with HyperStat in the introductory to psychological statistics course I teach. It is well written with good clear explanations.
It includes repeated-measures ANOVA, which is essential for medical, psychological, and educational applications. This book sets the standard for introductory statistics books. Extremely well written with lots of examples and exercises. I’ve compiled a list of Statistical Consultants and Tutors. Statistics at square 1 by T.
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A good non-mathematical introduction to statistics.
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