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Statistical Resources for Social Sciences

 

Correlation examples
Linear correlation: illustration of correlation coefficients for various distributions in an x/y plane. via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain


Anscombe's quartet 3
Anscombe's Quartet (four different data sets with the same summary statistics) via Wikimedia Commons. GPL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or GFDL

The DeSTRESS project is providing a variety of teaching materials for social sciences, including  More resources will be added over the coming weeks. The following resource types are available:

 

 

The project is led by Rebecca Taylor at Nottingham Trent University, with partners including University of Portsmouth, Brunel University and the Economics Network, University of Bristol.

 

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