Research Guides@Tufts

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- Hirsh Health Sciences
- TARC
- Tisch
- Webster Veterinary

- Khan Academy - Descriptive StatisticsVideo tutorial
- Plotting Data FrequencyDiscusses different ways to describe frequency histograms. Requires Java.
- Khan Academy- VarianceVideo Tutorial
- Khan Academy- Standard DeviationVideo Tutorial

- Probability SpacesInteractive Java applet that generates simulations of card samples, dice rolls and coin tosses.
- Khan Academy- ProbabilityVideo tutorial
- Central Limit Theorem VisualizationA resource visualizing the central limit theorem
- Probability by SurpriseJava applets developed at Stanford to help students visualize probability and randomization.
- Coin Flipping SimulationSimulation of coin flips (Bernoulli Trials) and some R snippets for the visualization.

- Point Estimation TutorialHas links to interactive applets (requires Java) that generates random samples of a population normal distribution.
- Khan Academy - Confidence IntervalsVideo tutorial

- Khan Academy- Linear Regression and CorrelationVideo tutorial
- Quick n' Dirty Regression TutorialCovers, briefly, how to do a simple regression using Excel.
- CorrelationTutorial on linear correlation
- Regression and CorrelationGood chapter on regression and correlation from UCLA's statistics e-book
- Strat Trek- Linear CorrelationStat Trek's chapter on applied statistics using correlation and regression.
- Linear RegressionDavid Lane's tutorial on regression. Has a small section covering multiple regressions.

- Hypothesis Testing TutorialContains applets (requires Java) that allows users to select different parameters such as n, mean, significance level, etc. and generate a simulation of a random sample from a specified distribution.
- Khan Academy- Hypothesis Testing and P-ValuesVideo tutorial
- Introduction to ANOVA tutorialDavid Lane's tutorial on analysis of variance
- Khan Academy- Pearson's Chi Square TestVideo tutorial
- Hypothesis Testing and Statistical Power Testing (Indiana University)In depth document explaining statistical power. Uses some SAS and STATA examples.

- Flowing DataA great blog about data and statistics visualizations. Many of the topics are on "big data" and contemporary uses of data.
- Junk ChartsSometimes you need to see examples of poorly done visualizations to really appreciate the visualizations done appropriately.
- Google DevelopersA programmatic approach to creating basic visualizations from Google

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