Best statistics podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Lecture videos for Dr. Jerz's undergraduate Business Statistics course. Note: This podcast is "refreshed" each semester, meaning that I remove most episodes except the introductory episodes.I am not sure when, or if this course will be offered in the future, so its podcasts are uncertain right now.Note: I do try to improve the episodes as often as I can, so you might want to re-download episodes occasionally.
 
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Australian Social Trends (AST) podcasts bring you short, easy listening highlights from the Australian Bureau of Statistics' latest release of the AST publication. Each quarterly release of AST contains several in depth articles, which cover many broad areas of social concern such as population, health, work and housing just to name a few. We aim to do this in an interesting and easy to understand way. Other aims of AST are to address current and perennial social concerns and to provide answ ...
 
The Running Obstetrician will introduce regular podcasts on statistics related topics.
 
The health podcast series brings you highlights and data snapshots from the wide range of health data collected by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The Health podcast will showcase this data in a series of short conversations that discuss Australia's health status following release of data from the suite of health surveys conducted by the ABS. The episodes will discuss a variety of topics, including health risk factors such as smoking and obesity, rates of physical activity and die ...
 
Video presentations (with audio) of Dave Brodbeck's class 'Psychology 3256 - Design and Analysis' from Algoma University. A course on ANOVA
 
The Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence provides ONS with research that addresses the challenges of measuring the modern economy, as recommended by Professor Sir Charles Bean in his Independent Review of UK Economics Statistics
 
One Mother Ends Childhood Obesity for All
 
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Breaking Down Week 1 of NFL Daily Fantasy
 
Jeff and Dave of Degenerate Football Statistics podcast talk about how they starting playing Daily Fantasy Football, discuss basic 101 strategy and their preferred DFS resources.
 
Rebecca Riley, Director of the newly created Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE), tells Paola Buonadonna about its origin, mission and busy research programme
 
Dr. Jerz provides some parting thoughts about what you have learned, your grades, and your future studies.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz shows how to use his Excel model for goodness of fit and chi-square applications.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on goodness of fit and chi-square applications.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz shows how to use his Excel model for multiple regression.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on multiple regression.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz shows how to use his Excel model for correlation and linear regression.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on correlation and linear regression.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz shows how to use his Excel model for two sample tests.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on testing whether two samples have equal means and variances.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on using Excel for hypothesis testing of the mean.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on hypothesis testing of the mean.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz shows how to use his Excel model calculating confidence limits and sample size.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on confidence limits.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz shows how to use his Excel model for sampling methods.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on sampling methods and the Central Limit Theorem.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz explains how to use his Excel model for normal distribution calculations.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on the normal distribution.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz shows how to use the Binomial function Excel model to solve some problems from the textbook.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on the discrete probability distributions.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's video showing how to do some of the probability calculations in Excel. The major use of Excel is to calculate arrangements, permutations, and combinations.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on probability. I divided this chapter into two videos, since there are two major concepts. This video is much more about probability counting, namely permutations and combinations.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on probability. I divided this chapter into two videos, since there are two major concepts. This video is much more about probability concepts.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's shows how to do some miscellaneous ways to describe data using Excel2010.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on describing a few other ways to describe data both graphically and numerically.
 
Dr. Jerz's video that showing how he develops his Excel2010 model for calculating descriptive statistics.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on describing data numerically. We explore both central tendency statistics, and dispersion statistics.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture that illustrates how to create graphs using Excel. This video mixes both beginner information along with some advanced graphing methods, so there should be something in it for everyone.By Richard Jerz.
 
This is Dr. Jerz's lecture that provides an overview of Microsoft Excel. This video mixes both beginner (background) information along with some advanced methods, so there should be something in it for everyone.By Richard Jerz.
 
Dr. Jerz's lecture on describing data graphically.By Richard Jerz.
 
The video should be viewed before the first class day.
 
This video shows you all the features of Moodle that we will be using in this course.
 
An introduction to the professor for this course.
 
The video should be viewed before the first class day.
 
This video explains what this podcast series is about and what Dr. Jerz is providing in this podcast series on iTunes.
 
The Ninth annual Florence Nightingale Lecture, given by Professor Dame Janet Thornton, European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge. Held on Thursday 21st April 2016. Florence Nightingale was a celebrated nurse who served the British Army during the Crimean War. Her ground-breaking use of data visualisation turned a spotlight on the terrible ho ...…
 
In this episode, the ROB will go into good detail on the us of the Chi Square test, including its calculation for Goodness of Fit and Two Way Classifications. Real life examples will be used with an introduction to the Chi Square distribution, Chi Square tables and degrees of freedom. This episode has an ROB Stats Score of "201".…
 
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