Teaching Statistics

  

                DO YOU TEACH STATISTICS?

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Wiley has a vast range of materials for you to take advantage of. With access to relevant journal articles & textbook chapters such as the latest tutorials from Statistics in Medicine, Teacher's Corner from Pharmaceutical Statistics, resources for teachers and students from Wiley author Kris Jarman's book Beyond Basic Statistics: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques Every Data Analyst Should Know, training videos, TED talks and relevant links, we can supply you here with essential materials for your courses. To find out more, just click on the relevant box below.

 

Textbooks
From regression analysis to inference, find here the relevant book for your course
Tutorials
Access the latest tutorials from Statistics in Medicine
Software tutorials
New to R? FREE access to online tutorials
Teacher's Corner
Access the latest papers from Pharmaceutical Statistics
Journal articles
Browse latest articles on teaching statistics
Resources for Students View the latest TED talks here on statisticsTeaching videos Step-by-step guidelines from experts on all that you need from presenting data to teaching causality


       

Resources for Teachers

Men Vs Women Context Dataset
Your Mama Context Dataset
Zombie Flu Context Dataset
Godzilla Vs Kong data Context Dataset

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