Nice and clear site on stats for genetics by Jim Deacon from the Biology Teaching Organisation, University of Edinburgh. Useful examples in context and helpful dos and don’ts. There is a section on experimental design as well, and a page that helps people choose the appropriate statistical test.
Archive for January, 2006
Freeware stats package for Mac OS X, Linux, Windows
Latest results on new experiments…
A little bit of VBA goes a long way…
Three PowerPoints contain a brief presentation on substituting and a ‘game’ that encourages group work
BBC radio program about history looks at prime numbers
Psyllium husk is a source of fibre – personally I’ll stick to the porridge – but the packaging looks sound.
Quiz suite written by esol teacher is at version 6 and getting seriously useful
What would a ‘survival pack’ for science students contain?
Java applets allow exploration of geometrical relationships by dragging
Vincent Cable and George Galloway
All about pencils
The Robert Frank coloring book is a series of outline drawings by Jno Cook based on Robert Frank’s book The Americans
Jno Cook was trying to make a case about the interpretation of Frank’s book
The rest of Cook’s web site is interesting – he is an artist and fully paid up member of the US Awkward [...]
Cropping from quick photo on the bus