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Find selected resources to help you with math, stats, and data software. You can find informative LinkedIn Learning modules, YouTube playlists and other online tools that provide helpful clarifications. Join a short-course or watch a short video on a single topic. These resources will help you prepare for your next class.

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Math Resources

View various online resources designed to assist you in a wide variety of topics.

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Stats Resources

Check out our online resources designed to assist you with concepts from basic probabilities to deriving a mean.

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Excel & Software Resources

Learn about Excel, R, Stata. SAS and Python and how these various programs/language can help in Data Analysis and create a variety of programs.

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GAMES: Introduction to Statistics

A four-week mini-course that covers the four vital elements of any statistics course: representing data with graphs, summary statistics, linear regression, and hypothesis testing.

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JB Statistics

University of Guelph Associate Professor Jeremy Balka's YouTube channel features a collection of introductory statistics videos designed to clarify a wide variety of concepts.

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Khan Academy Statistics and Probability

Filled with helpful exercises, instructional videos, and more, Khan Academy is an excellent learning resource that assists students in statistics and probability worldwide.

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