# Statistics

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**Statistics** is the study of numbers in their conceptual form, it is used in order to conceptualise the meaning away from numbers. Statistics is an applied branch of Mathematics.

*A knowledge of statistics is like a knowledge of foreign languages or of algebra; it may prove of use at any time under any circumstances.* - A. L. Bowley

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## Courses[edit | edit source]

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## See also[edit | edit source]

- Data analysis
- Search for Statistics at Wikiversity
- w: Effect size
- Mathematics
- Statistics:Probability and data analysis (Wikibooks)

## External links[edit | edit source]

### Software[edit | edit source]

### Online textbooks[edit | edit source]

- Online statistics education: An interactive multimedia course of study - Rice University, University of Houston Clear Lake, and Tufts University
- Collaborative statistics (Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean)
- Discovering Statistics - Statistics Hell (Andy Field)
- Electronic statistics textbook (Statsoft)
- A new view of statistics (Will Hopkins)
- Concepts and applications of inferential statistics (Richard Lowry)
- Handbook of biological statistics (John McDonald}
- Topics in multivariate statistics (David Garson)
- HyperStat online statistics textbook (David Lane)
- Probability and Statistics EBook (Statistics Online Computational Resource)

### Online videos[edit | edit source]

#### SOCR Videos[edit | edit source]

#### Statistics rap[edit | edit source]

These (selected) student-made "statistics rap" videos can be used as fun introductions/reviews of concepts commonly taught in undergraduate statistics courses:

- Statz rappers (Youtube)
- Statistics rap (Youtube)
- Stat Rap: "Stat Touch" (Youtube)

### Cheat sheets[edit | edit source]

- Cheat sheets (Google Docs) -> LINK BROKEN