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Article:"Errors in Data Displays"

By | Jan. 5, 2012
By Tom Lang. From the series "Common Statistical Errors Even YOU Can Find", published in the AMWA [American Medical Writers Association] Journal.

Presentation:Statistics at Square One, 9th edition

By | Dec. 28, 2011
Easy-to-understand textbook of basic (and not-so-basic) statistics. By T D V Swinscow; revised by M J Campbell. Openly accessible. Has a medical emphasis but also is applicable to other fields. Although more recent editions can be bought, still suffices for many uses.

Book:Electronic Statistics Textbook

By | Dec. 25, 2011
Openly accessible statistics textbook. Contains more than 40 modules (chapters). Also contains a glossary of statistical terms. Topics of modules range from elementary concepts and basic statistics to relatively advanced statistical techniques. Also includes modules on experimental design and on graphical techniques. From StatSoft, Inc, a company selling statistical software.

Online QDA: Learning Qualitative Data Analysis on the Web

By | Jan. 16, 2011
Resource providing guidance on qualititative research; emphasizes analysis of data from such research. Includes texts, case studies, videos, resource lists, and more. Also has links to glossaries. Discusses software that can help in qualitative data analysis.

Web resource:APA Style Website

By | Jan. 30, 2010
Website about APA (American Psychological Association) style, commonly used in the social and behavioral sciences. Also provides related guidance. Among items included in the website: information about the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, a tutorial on basics of APA style, sample papers using APA style, a set of frequently asked questions (FAQs), and a blog on APA style.
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