Online Statistics Tutorials
Haolai (Lincoln) Jiang is a doctoral associate currently serving as a statistical consultant to WMU graduate students conducting research for the doctoral dissertation and master’s thesis. In addition, he teaches three special seminars: Overview of Statistical Concepts, Overview of SPSS, and Overview of SAS. Students interested in learning more about these presentations and their upcoming schedules should visit the Graduate College website, or they may contact Dr. Marianne Di Pierro, director, Graduate Center for Research and Retention at email@example.com or by phone at 387.8249.
Available to our graduate students for the first time is a short series of overviews of statistical concepts that students can access directly on-line at the links below.
A: Basic Terms
B: Collecting Data
C: Frequency Table
D: Measures of Central Tendency and Variation
E: The Normal Curve , Z Score and Confidence Interval
G: Linear Regression
H: Hypothesis Testing
J: One Way Analysis of Variance
K: Chi-Square Test
L: Presentation of Data
In these short video segments, Lincoln carefully delineates concepts and provides students with important information that they can view prior to attending the Overview of Statistical Concepts seminar, conducted live each semester, or that they may access when they need quick answers to questions at any time – day or night.
If you are a WMU graduate student in need of statistical support to complete your dissertation or thesis, contact Dr. Marianne Di Pierro to schedule an appointment.
Now Available: SAS and SPSS tutorials