Tufte-style LaTeX Handouts for Basic Statistics
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handout1-descriptive_statistics.pdf
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handout2-probability_and_zscores.pdf
handout2-probability_and_zscores.tex
handout3-z-test_and_t-tests.pdf
handout3-z-test_and_t-tests.tex welch's t-test instead of student's Aug 2, 2016
handout4-one-way_anova_independent.pdf
handout4-one-way_anova_independent.tex
handout5-one-way_anova_repeated.pdf
handout5-one-way_anova_repeated.tex
handout6-two-way_anova.pdf
handout6-two-way_anova.tex
handout7-post-hoc_testing.pdf
handout7-post-hoc_testing.tex
handout8-correlation_regression.pdf
handout8-correlation_regression.tex added images folder and reorg Apr 13, 2016

README.md

Tufte-style LaTeX Handouts (https://github.com/Tufte-LaTeX/tufte-latex) I use for UConn PSYC 2100WQ - Principles of Research Methods to teach the basics of statistics (mostly hypothesis testing).

Some figures are based on other CC/GPL/public domain images: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Normal_Distribution.svg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:P-value_in_statistical_significance_testing.svg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Anscombe%27s_quartet_3.svg

and some figures are built with tikz (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pgf/)