A free online tutorial on statistics. Includes sections on: Exploring data; Sampling and experimentation; Anticipating patterns; and Statistical inference. Includes videos for all topics as well as text. The information covered is simple and direct. Lessons are build on previous topics. Double click on topics listed in the left hand column. An AP series of tutorials.
Includes tutorial videos on: independent events, dependent probability, combinations, hypothesis testing, descriptive statistics, random variables, probability distributions, regression, and inferential statistics.
This section of the Public Health Information & Data Tutorial teaches you how to identify relevant and appropriate data and information sources. Sponsored by Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce.
The goal of this book is to help you better understand health information by teaching you about the numbers behind the messages—the medical statistics on which the claims are based. The book will also familiarize you with risk charts, which are designed to help you put your health concerns in perspective. By learning to understand the numbers and knowing what questions to ask, you’ll be able to see through the hype and find the credible information—if any—that remains.
This course describes the range of available health statistics, identifies their sources and helps you understand how to use information about their structure as you search. Includes a Glossary of terms, examples of webpages and exercises to review what you have learned.