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Recommended Books: Listed below are some of the
best textbooks for statistics instruction, statistical analysis software, reference, and
explanations of statistical calculations.
Statistics
for the Utterly Confused
by Lloyd Jaisingh 
A good introduction to statistics, somewhat easer than HyperStat.

SPSS
Windows Step by Step: A Simple Guide and Reference by Darren George and Paul Mallery 
This book delivers what it promises! The step by step insructions
are easy to follow.

Applied
Statistics and the SAS Programming Language by Ronald P. Cody, Ron Cody, and Jeffrey
Smith 
An excellent beginner's guide to SAS. Examples are drawn from medicine,
education, psychology, business, and other fields.

Forgotten
Statistics : A SelfTeaching Refresher Course
by Jeffrey Clark 
An excellent resource for the professional who needs to brush up
on statistics.

Chances
Are : The Only Statistics Book You'll Ever Need
by Stephen Slavin 
A good nonmathematical introduction to statistics.

Intuitive
Biostatistics by Harvey Motulsky 
An excellent and easy to understand introduction to biostatistics.

Fundamental
Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences with CDRom
by David Howell 
I use this book in conjunction with HyperStat in the introductory to psychological
statistics course I teach. It is well written with good clear explanations. It includes
repeatedmeasures ANOVA, which is essential for medical, psychological, and educational
applications.

Reading and
Understanding Multivariate Statistics
by Laurence Grimm and Paul Yarnold 
Good conceptual coverage with many examples. Avoids mathematical derivations.

Introduction
to the Practice of Statistics (3rd Ed)
by David S. Moore and George P. McCabe 
This book sets the standard for introductory statistics books.
Extremely well written with lots of examples and exercises.

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Statistics at square 1 by T. D. V.
Swinscow; revised by M. J. Campbell, University of Southampton Concepts and
applications of inferential statistics by Richard Lowry of Vassar College
The little handbook of
statistical practice by Gerard E. Dallal
SticiGui by P. B. Stark of UC Berkeley
SurfStat by Keith Dear of the University of Newcastle.
Introductory
statistics: Concepts, models, and applications by David W. Stockburger of Southwest
Missouri State University
Multivariate
statistics: Concepts, models, and applications by David W. Stockburger of Southwest
Missouri State University
Electronic
textbook by StatSoft
A new view
of statistics by Will Hopkins of the University of Otago
Introduction
to data collection and analysis by Albert Goodman of Deakin University
Statistics: The study of
stability in variation by Jan de
Leeuw of UCLA.
The knowledge
base: An online research methods textbook by William M. Trochim of Cornell University
Statistics 30X
class notes by H. J. Newton, J. H. Carroll, N. Wang, and D. Whiting of Texas A&M.
DAU stat refresher
by A. Rao, P. McAndrews, A Sunkara, V. Patil, R. Bellary, G. Quisumbing, H. Le, Z. Zhou
from Defense Acquisition University
Stat notes: An Online
Textbook, by G. David Garson of North Carolina State University
Humor
For the lighter side of statistics visit Gary Ramseyer's Gallery of Statistics
Jokes
Statistician
Jokes compiled by Joachim Verhagen
Statistics
Jokes
compiled by Del Harnisch
Statistics ?! Don't
make me laugh!
Compiled by Jill Binker
More
statistics jokes
Compiled by Joachim Verhagen


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