Statistics - Prof. Richard B. Goldstein

JavaScript - Help/Examples

  1. Descriptive Statistics
  2. Discrete Simulation
  3. Random Number Generation
  4. Statistical Testing for Randomness
  5. Convolution - Sum of Identically Distributed R.V.'s
  6. Convolution - Sum of any 2 Random variables
  7. Distributions - continuous (normal, student-t, etc); discrete (binomial, Poisson, etc.)
    with and without sliders for table look-up and graphics

Animations

  1. Power Function Animation of the Normal Mean Test
  2. Convolution - Sample Distribution 640 x 480

Excel

  1. Discrete & Continuous Distributions using scroll bar
  2. Continuous Distributions
  3. Data - normality tests on LDH (lactate dehydrogenase)
  4. Data - Framingham Heart Study (cholesterol)

PDF Files

  1. Statistics - Introduction
  2. Historical Tables
  3. Descriptive Statistics
  4. Histograms and Descriptive Statistics in Excel
  5. Excel - Descriptive/Distributions/Matrix Functions
  6. Box Plots / Box-and-Whisker Diagrams
  7. Outliers
  8. Probability - Outline
  9. Probability models
  10. Probability Distributions - discrete & continuous
  11. Probability Distributions - (abbreviated - math 217)
  12. Random Variables & Probability Distributions using Excel
  13. Binomial, Poisson, Normal Distribution Notes
  14. Gamma and Beta Function
  15. Continuous Distributions - moments by calculus
  16. Johnson's Family of Distributions
  17. Karl Pearson's Family of Distributions
  18. Functions of a Random Variable & Moment Generating Functions
  19. Sample Distributions
  20. Populations vs. Samples
  21. Estimation
  22. Theorems of Probability
  23. Hypothesis Testing
  24. Regression/Correlation
  25. Linear Regression Example
  26. Multiple Regression Example
  27. Analysis of Variance notes
  28. Anova & Kruskal-Wallis example
  29. Test of Proportions and Goodness of Fit
  30. Non-Parametric Tests
  31. Testing for Normality
  32. Bivariate Distributions
  33. Multivariate Normal
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