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Statistics for the Terrified |
Statistics for the Terrified is a tutorial which provides a thorough grounding in basic statistics
for the non- mathematician, using straightforward english and commonsense explanations. |
"Statistics for the Terrified has been excellent for getting undergraduate students 'engaged' with the idea that statistics are necessary and an important aspect of the data analysis, not just an added complication to the interpretation of their experimental investigations. The students become engaged by 'doing' something and participating in the process of thinking through the analysis.
"Thanks for a great product!"
Paul Tatner
Academic Director
Life, Sport & Earth Sciences
School of Engineering & Science
University of Paisley
Free resources: |
• Statistics glossary |
• What is risk? |
• Conditional probability |
• Median and mean |
• Evening the odds |
• The prosecutor's fallacy |
• Clinical trials |
• n - sample size |
Statistics for the Terrified: |
• Download demo |
• Buy a copy |
• What is it? |
• What does it cover? |
• Who is it for? |
• What our users say |
• History of S4T |
• User survey results |
Contact us: |
• Contact details |