Mathematical Sciences Librarian

Science Education Specialist

- Describing data
- Box and whisker plots
- Stem and leaf plots
- Boxplots
- Fitting Lines to Data
- Stemplots
- Scatterplots
- Sampling, Surveying, and Data Analysis
- Editing graphs
- Fitting curves to data
- Pie charts, bar graphs, and pareto charts
- Other graphical methods and numerical methods
- An introduction to sample design

- Conditional probability
- Khan Academy: Calculating conditional probability
- Khan Academy: Conditional probability and combinations
- Khan Academy: Conditional probability tree diagram example
- Khan Academy: Marginal distribution and conditional distribution
- Khan Academy: Conditional probability and independence

- Poisson probability distribution and the urn model
- Random variables and discrete probability distributions
- ·Khan Academy: Variance and standard deviation of a discrete random variable
- ·Khan Academy: Introduction to discrete probability distributions
- ·Khan Academy: Discrete uniform distribution

- Expected values, means, variances, and standard deviations
- Population and sample variance
- ·Khan Academy: Expected Value: E(X)
- ·Khan Academy: Mean (expected value) of a discrete random variable

- Population mean and sample mean
- Population and sample variance
- Random sampling
- Samples and Surveys
- Sampling, Surveying, and Data Analysis
- Poisson probability distribution and the urn model
- Introduction to designing experiments
- Using samples
- Introduction to designing experiments
- Khan Academy: Sampling distribution of the sample mean
- Khan Academy: Sampling distribution of the sample mean
- Khan Academy: Sampling distribution of the sample mean 2
- Khan Academy: Inferring population mean from sample mean
- Khan academy: Difference of sample means distribution

- Binomial Probability Distribution
- Binomial Distribution
- Binomial probability distribution
- Khan Academy: Visualizing a binomial distribution
- Khan Academy: Visualizing a binomial distribution

- The normal distribution
- Finding probability using a normal distribution. Part 1
- Finding probability using a normal distribution. Part 2
- Finding probability using a normal distribution. Part 3
- Finding probability using a normal distribution. Part 4
- Finding probability using a normal distribution. Part 5
- Finding Z-values with a normal distribution. Part 1
- Finding Z-values with a normal distribution. Part 2
- Finding Z-values with a normal distribution. Part 3
- Finding z-values with a normal distribution. Part 4
- Properties of the normal distribution
- The area under the normal distribution
- The normal probability distribution
- The standard normal distribution
- Khan Academy: Introduction to the normal distribution
- Khan Academy: Normal distribution problems: z-score
- Khan Academy: Normal distribution problems: Qualitative sense of normal distributions
- Khan Academy: Normal distribution problems: Empirical rule
- Khan Academy: Standard normal distribution and the empirical

- Central limit theorem. Part 1
- Central limit theorem. Part 2
- Applying central limit theorem to population means. Part 1
- Applying central limit theorem to population means. Part 2
- Applying central limit theorem to population means. Part 3
- Applying central limit theorem to population proportions. Part 1
- Applying central limit theorem to population proportions. Part 2
- Khan Academy: Central limit theorem

- Frequentist approaches sample size in adaptive clinical designs
- The study of candidate genes in drug trials sample size considerations
- ·Khan Academy: Determining sample size based on confidence and margin of error
- ·Khan Academy: Sample size for a given margin of error for a mean

- Khan Academy: T-statistic confidence interval
- Khan Academy: Constructing t interval for difference of means

- Applying central limit theorem to population means. Part 1
- Applying central limit theorem to population means. Part 2
- Applying central limit theorem to population means. Part 3
- Population mean and sample mean
- Estimating population means (large samples)
- Using samples
- Confidence interval of difference of means
- Khan Academy: Sampling distribution of the sample mean
- Khan Academy: Sampling distribution of the sample mean
- Khan Academy: Sampling distribution of the sample mean 2
- Khan Academy: Inferring population mean from sample mean
- Khan academy: Difference of sample means distribution
- Khan Academy: Confidence interval of difference of means
- Khan Academy: Inferring population mean from sample mean
- Khan Academy: Small sample size confidence intervals

- Tests of Significance
- Hypothesis testing, types of error, and small samples
- Khan Academy: P-values and significance tests
- Khan Academy: Hypothesis testing and p-values
- Khan Academy: Using a table to estimate P-value from t statistic
- Khan Academy: Calculating a P-value given a z statistic
- Khan Academy: Comparing P-values to different significance levels
- Khan Academy: Estimating a P-value from a simulation
- Khan Academy: Using a P-value to make conclusions in a test about slope
- Khan Academy: Statistical significance of experiment
- Khan Academy: Comparing P-value from t statistic to significance level
- Khan Academy: Comparing P-values to different significance levels
- Khan Academy: P-values and significance tests
- Khan Academy: Hypothesis testing and p-values
- Khan Academy: Comparing P-values to different significance levels

- The student t-distribution
- Using a student t-distribution statistical table
- T-Tests : Lecture 7
- Independent T-Tests : Lecture 8
- Khan Academy: Using a table to estimate P-value from t statistic
- Hypothesis testing, types of error, and small samples
- Comparing Two Means
- Khan Academy: Introduction to t statistics
- Khan Academy: T-statistic confidence interval
- Khan Academy: Example of hypotheses for paired and two-sample t tests
- Khan Academy: Two-sample t test for difference of means
- Khan Academy: Hypotheses for a two-sample t test
- Khan Academy: Conclusion for a two-sample t test using a P-value

- Khan Academy: Introduction to power in significance tests
- Khan Academy: Examples thinking about power in significance tests

- T-tests
- T-test
- T-test I : the z-test and the single sample t-test
- T-test II : independent samples t-test
- T-test III : repeated measures t-test
- T test
- T-Tests : Lecture 7
- Independent T-Tests : Lecture 8
- Khan Academy: Two-sample t test for difference of means
- Khan Academy: Example of hypotheses for paired and two-sample t tests
- Khan Academy: Hypotheses for a two-sample t test
- Khan Academy: Conclusion for a two-sample t test using a confidence interval

- One-way ANOVA. Part I
- One-way ANOVA. Part II
- One-way ANOVA. Part III
- One-Way ANOVA
- An introduction to experimental designs II
- Khan Academy: ANOVA 1: Calculating SST (total sum of squares)
- Khan Academy: ANOVA 2: Calculating SSW and SSB (total sum of squares within and between)
- Khan Academy: ANOVA 3: Hypothesis test with F-statistic

- Innovative and effective subject randomization methods
- Randomization in studies with unequal allocation
- Khan Academy: Impact of mass on orbital speed

- OSU Library CatalogSearch for books and other items available at OSU - includes ebooks
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- Electronic Book Center (OhioLINK) [Full Text] This link opens in a new windowElectronic Book Center included ebooks on all subjects, including many encyclopedias, handbooks, biographical collections, and guides.

The OSU Library Catalog has subject headings. If you had found a good book on your topic, examine the subject headings for that book below the location/call number box. You can click on these to see other items with that subject ot you can search subject directly as follows.

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"History" is a subdivision of a subject that can be added after any other term. Examples: Format: branch--history. Clickable examples:

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Citation databases allow you to see for each article the items it cited and also the items that have cited it. If you find a great article, use these databases to move both back and forward in time from that article.

- Scopus This link opens in a new windowScopus is a citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources with smart tools to track analyze and visualize research. Tools to sort, refine and quickly identify results help researchers focus on the outcome of their work.
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- Choosing & Usng SourcesTutorials on finding and using info.
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