Miscellaneous Links



This is a parking spot for links until a more useful or appropriate page on the site is determined.



Disclaimer: These sites were not exhaustively researched. They are links to information that might be potentially useful, but you should judge for yourself.  Listing these sites is not an endorsement of any kind, nor does it imply acceptance of any responsibility for what is contained in them.



Fourier Transforms explained



  • Has lots of great time series methods and theory.


Podcast and Radio Program that explore stories behind the Statistics 



Warner Consulting, Inc.:  Fact-Based Approaches to Quality Improvement



DRM Associates (Design for Manufacture)



Site with forum for asking questions about statistics



Murdoch University - Stats Notes



WISE - Web Interface for Statistics Education
  • Clarement Graduate University
  • Good tutorials and other learning resources



Dr. Wayne A. Taylor (Taylor Enterprises, Inc.)


StatsDirect

Ulrike Grömping, Statistical Consulting




Patrick Burns (Burns STATISTICS)

 

R Graphics - see Lattice help file
## Examples with data from `Visualizing Data' (Cleveland)
## (obtained from Bill Cleveland's Homepage :
## http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/ms/departments/sia/wsc/
## also available at statlib)

 

ASA (Amstat) and U.K. RSS



ASQ Statistics Division



Quality Training Portal
  • by Resource Engineering, Inc.
  • Offers online training (for a price) along with some free resources.



Graphics by Michael Friendly


University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH)



Cornell University Creative Machines Lab



Vassar - utilities for stats
  • VassarStats: Website for Statistical Computation


University of Delaware



Guide to national statistics offices' yearbooks (University of Wisconsin)



Wolfram (creator of Mathematica)



Good general sites for statistical methods:



Instrument Engineers' Handbook: Process control and optimization By Bela G. Liptak, Béla G. Lipták



A list of useful links from Wikipedia (some may duplicate links listed in other areas of this site)

Online non-commercial textbooks

Other non-commercial resources


Interesting videos.



[Presentation] Bayesian Model Specification - Toward a Theory of Applied Statistics


Stats Made Easy blog (StatEase)



National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools



A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.




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