Science/Math/Statistics/Education is for educational web sites of interest to educators, parents, students and professionals emphasizing the teaching or learning of various aspects of statistics. This would include how to find the mean, median, standard deviation, and creating bar charts.

The best sites will try to teach or instruct about statistics though clear, easy-to-follow explanations.

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AP Statistics at the College Board
The College Board's official AP Statistics page. Course description, sample exam questions, teacher resources and contact information.
Covers averages, normal distribution, best curve fit and skewness. Includes resource links.
Center for Statistics Education
The American Statistical Association sponsors educational resources for K-12 and above. ASA's LearnStat program provides continuing education for professional statisticians and educators.
Computer-Assisted Statistics Teaching (CAST)
A complete web-based course in introductory statistics. Registration required.
The Data and Story Library
Online library of datafiles and stories that illustrate the use of basic statistics methods. The goal is to provide data from a wide variety of topics so that statistics teachers can find interesting, real-world examples.
How to Do Everything in Elementary Statistics
A guide for topics in elementary and AP statistics. Includes calculators, tables and a forum.
Intro Stat: EPR Approach
This site contains information about the Entity-Property-Relationship (EPR) approach to the introductory statistics course by Donald Macnaughton.
Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
Lecture notes from a year-long course in mathematical statistics.
Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models, and Applications by David Stockburger
An online, searchable introductory statistics text. By David Stockburger of Southwest Missouri State University.
Number Watch
Monitors the media in search of misleading numbers in news, politics and science.
Primer in Statistics
Covers mean, mode, median, standard deviation, area approximation, charts and testing for normality.
Probability and Statistics EBook
This EBook, and the materials, tools and demonstrations included in it, may be useful for the advanced placement statistics educational curriculum.
Resources in Statistics, Quantitative Methods and Experimental Design
Statistics-related exercises and humour, for courses from high school to graduate level.
Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics
This resource for teaching statistics includes java simulations, case studies, an online text, and an analysis lab.
Seeing Statistics
Tutorial using graphs to illustrate concepts. Includes glossary of terms. Online purchase.
Statistica
Book, with worked examples and courses are specially designed for the non-mathematicians. Includes excerpts and ordering information.
Statistical Data Analysis
Tutorial describes time series analysis, popular distributions, and other topics.
Statistics In A Day
A short course in data analysis. A 70 page book designed for a one-day workshop/course in data analysis. A number of versions are available, suitable for different groups of people. Ideas explained in simple terms without technical details and formulas. Uses XLStatistics.
StatNotes: Online Textbook in Statistics
Graduate-level text by David Garson of North Carolina State University. Especially well suited for social sciences.
STEPS: STatisical Education through Problem Solving
A program for teaching statistics through problem so students will recognize its applications. Free CBL software with modules in psychology, biology, geography and business. Glossary of statistical terms.
NYTimes.com - The Odds of That
Long article discussing examples of happenings which appear at first glance to be related, but are not. [Requires free nytimes.com registration to view.] (August 11, 2002)

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