Statistics for the Terrified covers all the techniques required by undergraduate students and many researchers in a user-friendly, commonsense, non-mathematical and highly interactive way.
Each chapter of the tutorial begins with an outline of its aims and objectives, and finishes with a summary of the key points covered. Click on the links below for screenshots.
Before you begin |
Probability |
Basic numerical data description |
Graphical data description |
Standard error and confidence intervals |
What does p<0.05 really mean? |
How to choose a test |
Testing for differences between groups |
Analysing repeated measures |
Analysing 2x2 classification tables |
Fitting lines to data |
Uncovering hidden influences |
"I have found Statistics for the Terrified to be a valuable tool in helping students to grasp some core concepts in statistical testing such as the standard error, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. I have found the interactive multi-media element of Statistics for the Terrified to be particularly powerful in this regard."
Professor Steve Strand
Institute of Education
Warwick University
Statistics for the Terrified: |
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• What is it? |
• What does it cover? |
• Who is it for? |
• What our users say |
• History of S4T |
• User survey results |
Free resources: |
• Statistics glossary |
• What is risk? |
• Conditional probability |
• Median and mean |
• Evening the odds |
• The prosecutor's fallacy |
• Clinical trials |
• n - sample size |
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