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View Resource Types of Surveys

This site, created by author William M.K. Trochim, discusses survey questionnaires and interviews. It also provides links to detailed descriptions and pros and cons of each, and describes how to conduct them. Overall, this is a basic site, but it is filled with great information about statistical surveying.

View Resource Standard Deviation

This resource, by journalist Robert Niles, defines and explains standard deviation and the normal distribution. Graphs and a clear list of terms you need to know are given, and links to more of Niles' sites can be found by visitors on the right side of the screen.

View Resource Psychological Statistics: Correlation

This page, created by Mark Plonsky of the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, gives a description of correlation, Pearson's r, Spearman's rho. There are some scatterplots illustrating the different values of r. This is a nice introduction to how statistics can be applied to many different disciplines.

View Resource Diversity in Family and Household Patterns

This module is designed to illustrate differences in family and household composition patterns for different groups based on race/ethnicity and social class. It also serves as a review of key methodological concepts introduced in the first part of the course. The pdf file contains: learning objectives, data sets, a methodological review, a theoretical review and recent historic trends. This is a...

View Resource MSTE Data Archive

This data archive, created at the University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, contains data sets divided into the following categories: astronomy, biology, education, geography, social sciences, sports, transportation, weather, and miscellaneous. The datasets can be viewed as an html page or downloaded into Excel spreadsheets. This site is very basic, but the data it contains can still be a...

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