The Statistics Page
to Statistics on the Web
- ERIC/AE.net - on-line, full-text books and booklets addressing practical
evaluation, research, measurement, and statistical issues. The series started
as a joint project of ERIC/AE and Bruce Thompson, Texas A&M University.
- PSPP - open source version of SPSS that is being developed as a free alternative to the popular software package. Currently the software computes descriptive statistics, t-tests, one way anova's, linear regression, reliabilities and principal components. It is limited but might meet the needs of an introductory stats class.
- company home page for the popular statistics package with links to white
papers, newsletters, demos, and tutorials.
Techniques - A collection of tutorials from UCLA.
These links provide an overview of the basics as well as some specific statistical
- SPSS Tutorials from University of Texas
- SPSS Online Documentation - from the University of Washington
- If you have a particular question
about an SPSS statistical procedure, you might find the answer at the SPSS
- I personally feel that SAS is a better statistical package than SPSS. This
link is to their support site. You can also access the SAS/STAT
or SAS home pages.
Statistical Calculations Page - This site has links to over 300 sites
that perform interactive statistical calculations, everything from random
number generators to analysis of survival data.
- useful links for qualitative researchers (as opposed to quantitative researchers)
including publications, conferences, methods, articles and organizations.
it with Data - Hossein Arsham has a large statistics page that
includes syntax for SPSS runs and provides lots of statistical definitions.
Online - An online statistics textbook by David Lane.
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Last updated 3 September 2011 by Jeffrey