Mega Source of Statistical Information

Online Statistics Calculators

Online Reference Material

Statistical Software

**Mega Source of Statistical Information**

This page contains vast quantities of information
on statistics.

Go here first to find what you are looking for.

- Interactive Statistical Calculation Pages.
- Test selectors
- Calculators and plotters
- Probability distribution functions
- Random number generators
- Descriptive statistics
- Histograms and charts
- Confidence intervals
- Error measurement
- ANOVA
- Regression and least squares
- Bayesian methods
- and much more

Over 550 links to pages containing:

**Online Statistics Calculators**
** **Pages which calculate statistical functions,
charts, regression, and more:

- UCLA Statistical Calculators
- Statlet
- StaTable for Java

Large number of histograms, box plots, regression, and power calculators/plotters. This is the best page to start out with.

Calculate and plot any of 24 different distributions.

"StaTable for Java provides immediate access to the twenty-five most commonly used statistical distributions." Also has a version for Windows you can download.

**Online Reference Material**

- Statistics at Square One

A complete introductory statistics book.

- HyperStat Online: An Introductory Statistics Textbook and Online Statistics

Another complete introduction to statistics, including a glossary and example questions and answers, plus numerous useful links.

- The Internet Glossary of Statistical Terms

Lists statistics terms from Alpha to Z Score, even listing the terms in the suggested learning order for students new to statistics.

**Statistical Software**

- Multiple Regression Tool
- Essential Regression and Experimental Design
- Free Statistical Software

Very useful Excel add-in to calculate multiple regressions (Excel doesn't have the capibility built-in).

Excel add-in "which allows non-statisticians to analyze experimental designs and quantitative data using polynomial and multiple linear regression in a straightforward and understandable manner."

Links to dozens of free statistical software packages.

Page developed by Shawn
Williams

Stats 360
- Kevin Kilty - WSUV