StatPrimer
(Version 6.4)
B.
Burt Gerstman (email)
Part A (Introductory)
 (1) Measurement and
sampling
[Exercises]
 (2) Frequency
distributions [Exercises]
 (3) Summary
statistics
[Exercises]
 (4)
Probability [Exercises Part A] [Exercises
Part B]
 (5) Introduction to
estimation [Exercises]
 (6) Introduction to
hypothesis testing [Exercises]
(7) Paired samples
[Exercises]
 (8) Comparing
Independent means [Exercises]
(9) Inference about a proportion [Exercises]
 (9.5)
Comparing two proportion (*.ppt) [Exercises]
 (10) Crosstabulated
counts [Exercises]
Part B (Intermediate)
 (11)
Variances and means [Exercises]
 (12) ANOVA [Exercises]
 (13) ANOVA topics
(post hoc comparisons, Levene's test, Nonparametric tests) [Exercises]
 (14) Correlation [Exercises]
 (15) Regression
[Exercises]
(16) Risk ratios and prevalence ratios [Exercises]
 (17) Casecontrol
odds ratios [Exercises]
 (18) Study Design Notes and Links: StudyDesign.ppt;
EKS
Chapt 12; Scientific
method and Emile Durkheim's study of suicide; The median isn't the message;
Cargo Cult Science
[studyexercises.htm]
(19) Notes on data management [Exercises]
 Additional notes

Power and sample size
[Exercises]
How To Know What to Use [Exercises]
Approaches Toward Data Analysis
Probability Tables: Negative
z Positive z  t table
 Twotails of Z  c^{2}
table  F
table  StaTable
Calculator (Cytel Corp.)
"The political principle that anything can be proved by statistics arises from the practice of presenting only a selected subset of the data available."  R. A.
Fisher (1955)
". . . the higher statistics are only common sense reduced to numerical appreciation."  Karl Pearson
(Berkson, 1942, p. 325)