Statistics for the
David C. Howell
Bookmarks to Great Statistical Sites
These are some of the bookmarks that I
particularly useful. If you have any that you think that I might add,
please let me know. Bookmarks seem to become unavailable on an
unpredictable schedule, so there may be some here that don't
General Statistical Stuff
Wuensch's StatHelp page
is a great page and I highly recommend it.
few (zillion) links related to Statistics by Andy Gilpin
- Wow!! This is just what it says it is. A lot of the links
are old, but it is still a great site.
Bibliography of Articles for the Statistics User
- This is a bibliography of published papers.
- SurfStat.Australia .
- This is an excellent site--one of my
favorites. There is lots of instructional material here, as well as a
few links to other sites.
and Statistical Graphics Resources
- Another good collection by
Helberg's Statistics on the Web
- Another site that has been around for a long time.
Casebook for a First Course in Statistics and Data Analysis
- This is a great set of data files. It is also a very good
Data and Story
- A great source of data, complete with a
description of the study. One of my favorites.
and McClelland Data Sets and handouts
- Data and handouts that go with Judd and
Lane's Hyperstat pages
- Excellent source for review material and all sorts of
3030: Intermediate Statistics
- (Michael Friendly's course--a
great site for instructors!!)
Hale's Course at PSU
- Class notes for Ed Psych 507
Dave Howell's Courses
Class lecture notes for Psych 340 and Psych 341--I stopped
teaching in 2002, but there is still a lot of good stuff there,
explanations, examples, printout, exams, labs, etc.
- A very heavy duty site. If you can't find it there, it's
probably your fault.
- This one is from the UK and has been around a long time.
and Bad Graphics
- Good stuff for class discussion
Calculators and Java Stuff
- A Neat
Statistical Software Program
- This is a great Java program that will run most statistical
analyses that you want, though not super fast. Highly recommended!
- These do all sorts of stuff.
- These are some neat video clips for
looking at basic concepts. Mostly Java Applets
- There are some good things here, but you need to pick and
- For those who want to write their own programs
- StatLib, a system for distributing statistical
software, datasets, and information by electronic mail, FTP and
- SPSS Inc.
- Just what is looks like.
- What the name implies
Stats (The definitive site for a different approach to
statistical hypothesis testing--including an electronics text..)
Last updated 9/8/2009