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View Resource HyperStat Online Textbook

This resource contains a broad range of information concerning statistics. It is divided up into eighteen chapters and also includes links to other resources pertaining to statistics. Some of these chapters include: introduction to statistics, describing univariate data, describing bivariate data, introduction to probability, normal distribution, sampling distribution, point estimation,...

View Resource Statistical Thinking for Managerial Decision Making

This Web site is a course in statistics appreciation; i.e., acquiring a feeling for the statistical way of thinking. It is an introductory course in statistics that is designed to provide you with the basic concepts and methods of statistical analysis for decision making under uncertainties. Materials in this Web site are tailored to meet your needs in making good decisions by fostering...

View Resource Log-Linear Analysis for an AxBxC Contingency Table

Richard Lowry of Vassar College has created a log-linear analysis which is a version of chi-square analysis. The relevant values are calculated by way of weighted natural logarithms. This page will calculate several values of G^2. This is a nice interactive resource which allows the user to manipulate the data to better understand the statistical methods.

View Resource Chi Square

This resource, created by author David M. Lane, defines and explains Chi square. It takes the user through 5 different categories: testing differences between p and pi, more than two categories, chi-square test of independence, reporting results, exercises. This basic resource provides students with a much greater understanding of this testing process. Overall, it would be good for any...

View Resource Chi-Square Sampling Distribution Generator

This page, created by Richard Lowry of Vassar College, generates a graph of the chi-square distribution and displays the associated probabilities. Users enter the degrees of freedom (between 1 and 20, inclusive) upon opening the page. Once entered, the distribution chart is then displayed. This is a simple and useful resource for anyone studying statistics.

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