Useful websites for help with statistics and research

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Elsie
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Useful websites for help with statistics and research

Post by Elsie » Tue Mar 27, 2007 7:41 am

For those who find statistics and research a little daunting, here are some useful websites that can shed a little light on the dark matter!

Useful Wikis
Comprehensive Research Methods Wiki
Normal Distribution Wiki

Incredibly useful sites about research methods
The Research Methods Knowledge Base

Need help deciding which statistical test to use?
Interactive tool to help you choose which statistical test to use
Statistical test flowchart

SPSS Guides
Very accessible ‘How to’ guide to using SPSS written by staff at Birmingham University
Online SPSS Tutorials
SPSS Online Training Network
Statistics Hell…or is it? Website written by Andy Field from the University of Sussex. If you can ignore the 'hellish' web design he explains stats in a very easy-to-understand way!

Explanation of the concepts and applications of inferential statistics, for a variety of statistical tests


A wealth of extremely useful statistical calculators


Calculate the one-tailed and two-tailed probabilities of t for any given value of df.


Tables for Probability Distributions


Tables for Power Analysis


How to transform data


National statistics – home of official UK statistics


And for anyone who wants to laugh their socks off and learn a bit of stats, here's a little music video for you guys. Introducing, “statz 4 life”...



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Post by Loula » Thu Jan 28, 2010 11:15 am

The link for the stats test flowchart no longer works- does anyone have an alternative?

Mod: alternative link provided.

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