Decaying Dice by Rosamund Purcell
Dice contributed by Ricky Jay to the
Museum of Jurassic Technology
Obtain the course textbook in PDF from the above link.
Note that this is the first time I am using this text, so changes will definitely be made to the syllabus as the course progresses. The revised syllabus will follow fairly closely (with a few additions and certaily a few omissions) the table of contents of the new textbook. See the above link to the textbook, and choose the "Download the Second Edition PDF" to obtain the text in one huge PDF file.
You may prefer to take the second option (Tablet Friendly PDF) for iPad use.
You will want to go to Stat Labs for instructions on how to download the R program and RStudio. RStudio is optional, but I recommend it.It is also a good idea to work through the basic introduction in Lab zero as soon as possible.
Instructions for downloading the program are available and the next link.
See especially the video interview with Varian, especially Segment 4.
| Online Stat Book by David M. Lane and others. |
Lane's Hyperstat online textbook is a close substitute.
|Java Applets for Statistics from:||
R graphics gallery
Demonstrates the power of the graphical presentation of data, using the R statistical program.
History of Statistics |
York U. (UK),
Links to many classic texts
| Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference and Social Science |
Andrew Gelman's Weblog.
| Statistical Resources , by |
Michael Friendly of York U.(Canada).
The most complete list of statistical links.
| StatLib |
Extensive collection of software and data.
| Chance |
Dartmouth College probability website.
| CauseWeb |
Useful links and presentations.
| Gallery of Distributions
from the National Institute of Standards
| Probability Distributions |
Cartoon by J.B. Landers. Used with permission.
Gallery of Statistics Jokes by Gary C. Ramseyer.