This is my scratch pad of links. If you have suggestions,
please write to Georges.Monette@mathstat.yorku.ca
Conferences, workshops, etc.
Material on SPlus
SDA. SDA stands
for Survey Documentation and Analysis. the package of programs performs
crosstabulations, comparison of means, comparison of correlations and ANOVA
on archived datasets in real time over the Internet.
DASL (pronounced "dazzle") is
an online library of datafiles and stories that illustrate the use of basic
statistics methods. We hope to provide data from a wide variety of topics
so that statistics teachers can find real-world examples that will be interesting
to their students. Use DASL's powerful search engine to locate the story
or datafile of interest.
People and places
Cheri Boyd's resources for teaching statistics
Newly found sites
Careers in Statistics and Mathematics
PhD thesis, with title Multilevel Diagnostics for Mixed and Hierarchical
Multivariate Analysis of NELS-88 Authors: George Michailides and Jan
de Leeuw. Re: "Has anybody ever encountered this problem before (PCA on
nominal, ordinal, discrete and continuous variables)? If so, have you got
a solution to propose?" From Jan de Leeuw: In SPSS Categories you'll find
PRINCALS. This procedure will allow you to mix different measurement levels
listings in Statistics (courtesy U of Florida Statistics Dept).
UCLA Statistics server.
U of Florida Statistics
Data sets and other resources
at Arizona State U.
Guide to Available Mathematical Software
Markov Chain Monte
Carlo Preprint Service.
Library of Congress Information System
(LOCIS) via telnet connection.
Census Bureau gopher.
Announcing a comprehensive list of statistical power analysis software
on the world-wide web. It is available at http://www.interchg.ubc.ca/cacb/power
Len Thomas, Centre for Applied Conservation Biology, University of
British Columbia, firstname.lastname@example.org
SPSS: http://www.spss.com..... has
SAS and SYSTAT
Number Cruncher: http://amsquare.com/ncss
Resampling Stats: http://www.statistics.com/
There are a couple of people who have put together stat routines using
Excel. Look at the following locations:
Computing, Graphics and the Web
Other places to go
Other resources: miscellaneous home pages
To be sorted:
is Causing a Global Epidemic of Death
Futurists predict `knowledge
workers' hold key to success
Tests say boys
dominate top, bottom of scale (September 9, 1995 10:03 AM)
The Globe and Mail
World Wide Web FAQ
PHYSICIANS' ONLINE Home Page
The Faculty of Mathematics at the University
Surfing the Internet
Bookmarks (sorry -- this is not accessible):