# Links to external statistics web sites

## Journals

StatsWeb

Statistical Journals including RSS

## Glossary of statistical terms

http://www.conceptstew.co.uk/PAGES/freeresources2.html

*Definitions of statistics jargon*

## Books

http://www.rateragreement.com

*Statistical Methods for Rater Agreement*, by John Uebersaxhttp://www2.chass.ncsu.edu/garson/pa765/statnote.htm

*Statnotes: Topics in Multivariate Analysis*An Online Textbook, by G. David Garson

## Issues

http://www.uoregon.edu/~robinh/analysis.html

Robin High's Data Analysis pages, including discussions of zeros in contingency tableshttp://www.lrdc.pitt.edu/Schunn/SSB/index.html

Statistical Significance Bars (Schunn)http://www.minitab.com/resources/whitepapers/burril2.htm

Modeling and Interpreting Interactions in Multiple Regression (Donald F. Burrill)http://www.creative-wisdom.com/computer/sas/collinear_orthogonalization.htm

Multi-collinearity Variance Inflation and Orthogonalization in Regression (Dr. Chong-ho (Alex) Yu)http://www.lsp.ups-tlse.fr/Projet_QS/index.html

Quasi-symmetry site, based on Caussinus (1966)http://archneur.ama-assn.org/issues/v58n5/ffull/nlt0501-2.html

The use and abuse of correlation coefficients.**This link seems broken (July 2006)**http://archneur.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/extract/58/5/833 contains a summary of this article.http://faculty.vassar.edu/lowry/rho.html

Confidence Intervals for the correlation coefficienthttp://luna.cas.usf.edu/~mbrannic/files/regression/regma.htm

Explanation of multiple regression using matrix algebrahttp://www.theanalysisfactor.com/

Karen Grace-Martin covers assumptions and interpretations of many statistical tests (including AN(C)OVAs and random effect models on her website called The Analysis Factor.https://clusterrandomisedtrials.qmul.ac.uk/

A website has been launched about cluster randomised trials (thanks to Adam Wagner for flagging this site)https://clusterrandomisedtrials.qmul.ac.uk/current-developments-crt-sw-2018/#

Materials from a related conference on cluster randomised trials (thanks to Adam Wagner for flagging this site)

## Software

http://www.gnu.org/software/pspp/

This is a free version of SPSS called PSPP which claims to perform descriptive statistics, T-tests, anova, linear and logistic regression, cluster analysis, factor analysis, non-parametric tests and more.https://www.jamovi.org

A free-to-use spreadsheet front end attaching itself to the R statistical language to enable gui use of some of its functions.http://www.presidion.com/academic-portal

Free student registration to look at youtube videos of how to use and interpret all the statistical methods available in SPSS. To access the full site you need to send proof to Presidion who manage SPSS academic licences of 'lecturer' status to presidion e.g. link to a web page with that information, some documentation from the college, email from head of department etc. irene.garcia@presidion.com or sara.carr@presidion.com are contacts (as of February 2015).http://calculators.stat.ucla.edu/

Free (on-line or downloadable) software with a spreadsheet interface for most common statistical analyses including Fisher's Exact test and between subjects ANOVA (click on Statistical Analysis)http://www.statisticshell.com/html

Andy Field has produced some free downloadable lecture notes on a large variety of statistical procedures including AN(C)OVAs, Factor analysis, regression, descriptive statistics and many more in an accessible style with traces of dark humour. Based upon his SPSS, SAS and R statistics books for students. There are also introductory, intermediate and advanced notes.http://franz.stat.wisc.edu/pub/NLME/

NLME: Software for mixed-effects models (Pinheiro and Bates)http://www.octave.org/

Octave - GNU Matlab-lookalikehttp://www.math.yorku.ca/SCS/Online/power/

Power analysis for ANOVAshttp://www.stat-help.com/spreadsheets.html

A variety of EXCEL spreadsheet programs. The effect size calculators in the 'Meta-analysis' section are particularly worth a look.http://www.sagebrushpress.com/PEPI/

Computer Programs for Epidemiologic Analyses: PEPI v. 4.0 J.H. Abramson and P.M. Gahlingerhttp://www.swin.edu.au/victims/resources/software/software.html

Downloadable software for computing some Effect Sizes such as Cohen's d which can be used as input for power computations.http://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/prevmed/ps/

Power analysis for many statistics including Regressions and Survival Analysis (downloadable software by William D. Dupont and Walton D. Plummer, Jr.)http://www.aprendelo.com/rec/power-calculator.html

Power Calculatorshttp://www.stat.uiowa.edu/~rlenth/Power/

More power calculator Java applets (Russell Lenth)

@article{Lenth2001AmericanStatistician, author = {Lenth, R V}, year = {2001}, title = {{S}ome {P}ractical {G}uidelines for effective sample size determination.}, journal = {{T}he American Statistician}, volume = {55}, number = {3}, pages = {187-193}}

http://pages.infinit.net/rlevesqu/Macros.htm

Raynald Levesque's website has various SPSS syntax and macros mainly by him.http://pspp.michelboaventura.com/en/downloads-2/?lang=en

Free open-source version of SPSS that performs descriptives, t-tests, regressions and non-parametric tests. There is a user manual available from http://www.gnu.org/software/pspp/manual/html_node/Concept-Index.html

http://www2.jura.uni-hamburg.de/instkrim/kriminologie/Mitarbeiter/Enzmann/Software/Enzmann_Software.html

Dirk Enzmann has written a collection of stand-alone programs, SPSS, R and EXCEL macros to perform a variety of tasks including comparisons of standardised regression coefficients (stand-alone software) and interaction plots (in EXCEL).http://www.spss.com/spss/data_management_book.htm

Raynald Levesque has co-authored this downloadable SPSS syntax guide. Note that python can only be used in SPSS Version 14.0 and above.http://www.john-uebersax.com/stat/index.htm

Latent Class Analysis (John Uebersax)https://pls-institute.wistia.com/projects/u1hezln5xe

Freeware for performing Partial Least Squares analysis (suggested by Geoffrey Hubona)https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/groups/service/html/communityview?communityUuid=ab16c38e-2f7b-4912-a47e-85682d124d32

SPSS Programming and Data Management Manual (pdf)http://www.graphpad.com/quickcalcs/grubbs2.cfm

Outlier detection tool using Grubb's Testhttp://pngu.mgh.harvard.edu/~purcell/gpc/

Genetic Power Calculator (Sean Purcell and P C Sham)http://www.bristol.ac.uk/cmm/research/ebooks/

Stat-JR v1.0.5 is the first release of Stat-JR to include a suite of statistical analysis assistants (SAAs). The scope of the SAAs ranges from modelling a simple linear regression through to a combined SAA that will cope with: different response types (normal, binomial, Poisson and negative-binomial); multiple levels/classifications at which random effects can occur in both a nested or crossed way; random intercepts and slopes and interaction terms. Many of the SAAs use MLwiN (both IGLS and MCMC estimation) as the engine underneath the electronic book thereby joining up Stat-JR and MLwiN software packages that we distribute together. This software is free to academics.https://www.cmm.bris.ac.uk/lemma

Multilevel analysis course module materials from the Centre for Multilevel Modelling using SPSS

@article{Purcell2004Bioinformatics, author = {Purcell, S and Cherny, S S and Sham, P C}, year = {2003}, title = {{G}enetic {P}ower {C}alculator: design of linkage and association genetic mapping studies of complex traits.}, journal = {{B}ioinformatics}, volume = {19}, number = {1}, pages = {149-150}}

https://rapidminer.com/get-started/

Rapidminer is free to use software for fitting decision tree and machine learning models via a gui to upto 10,000 cases

https://www.knime.com/knime-software/knime-analytics-platform

knime is also software with a gui interface for fitting machine learning models

## Groups

http://www.spssusers.co.uk

Details of the SPSS Users' Grouphttp://www.blackswans.io

An online statistics community for students and lecturers called Black Swans created by a student at St Andrews University in 2018.

## Stats Help

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/biostatisticshealthinformatics/sas/advisory-service.aspx

Kings College London Statistics Advisory Servicehttp://stats.stackexchange.com/

Cross Validated R users on-line help listhttps://mailman.ucsd.edu/mailman/listinfo/ling-r-lang-l

The ling-r-lang-L list is fairly active with questions that are mostly about analysis of psycholinguistic datahttps://www.r-project.org/mail.html

A list of R e-mailing lists where help on a range of aspects of R may be soughthttp://stackoverflow.com/

R users forumhttps://www.cmih.maths.cam.ac.uk/imaging-clinic/

Imaging users Clinic (Cambridge)

## Miscellany

http://www.workjoke.com/projoke48.htm

Jokes about statistics and statisticianshttp://xkcd.com/795/

Cartoons about statisticshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS9GmU5hr5w

The Statz Rap!http://students.brown.edu/seeing-theory/

'Seeing theory' - A visual intro to stats

More of the same are here

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[Last updated on 7 July 2006]