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STATISTICS MISCELLANEA


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Stat Web Resources & Calculators logo
Subcategories: StatPages

The web pages listed here comprise a powerful, conveniently-accessible, multi-platform statistical software package. There are also links to online statistics books, tutorials, downloadable software, and related resources.

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VassarStats logo
Subcategories: Vassar

The VassarStats website, is a user-friendly tool for statistical computation.

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SISA logo

SISA allows to do quite complete statistical analysis directly on the Internet.

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Stat Calculator logo
Subcategories: StatPages

This is a simple but fairly general numeric expression evaluator, with a large number of built-in transcendental functions.

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Random number calculators logo
Subcategories: GraphPad

Randomly assign subjects to groups; Simulate data by generating random numbers; Randomly select a subset of subjects.

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Random Number generator logo

RANDOM.ORG offers true random numbers to anyone on the Internet. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs.

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Stats Toolbox logo

This tool kit of statistics was created by Professor Allan Chang of the Chinese University of Honk Kong. It allows online calculation for a large variety of statistics. From 2x2 tables to Anova and Survival Analysis.

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CSBSJU Stats CalculatorS logo

A web site maintained by the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, offering several online stat calculators, from 2x 2 table to Anova and Regression

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JavaScript Statistical Analyses logo

This website from Dr, Hossein Arsham of the University of Baltimora, offers the opportunity to calculate several probabilistic models and statistical analyses on line. Although mainly business oriented, is very useful also for biomedical scientists.

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Regulome Explorer logo

Regulome Explorer is a set of tools that facilitates the integrative exploration of associations in clinical and molecular TCGA data by providing a wide-ranging view of connections between mutations, expression level changes, and clinical outcomes. The tools were developed by by the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle, Washington, and MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas in Houston.

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ColorBrewer logo

ColorBrewer is an online tool from Pennsylvania State University designed to help people select good color schemes for maps and other graphics.

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Color Tool logo

The Color Tool from NASA is a resource to design color maps. It provides the designer with views of the perceptual relationships among the possible color choices. It improves on previous tools by more clearly representing the constraints imposed by the physical display and the structure of human color vision. This should help the designer manage the luminance contrasts of symbol and background colors by showing the tradeoffs in hue and saturation.

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