Lecture Slides in Statistics for Economists

J. T. Neill, University of Canberra

A 61-slide presentation about graphical presentation of data. The link includes a text transcript, an online viewer and the facility to download the file as an OpenDocument Presentation.

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More than 50 Powerpoint files for free download (subject to site registration) and customisation, arranged to fit 14 chapters of the Boundless online textbook. The slides combine bullet-point explanations, diagrams (usually drawn from Wikimedia Commons), and separate definitions. Before downloading, you are shown how many slides there are in each presentation and which concepts are addressed.

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Luke Sloan, University of Cardiff

Slides and handouts from three courses, including presentation slides on: Measurement, frequency tables, mean, median, mode, range and standard deviation; Using and Sourcing Secondary Data; Sampling and selecting; Correlation and Simple Linear Regression; Hypotheses, Probability, Chi-Square and T-Tests; Binary and multinomial logistic regression using examples from the Social Capital Teaching Dataset (ESDS); and Research Designs for Quantitative Methods.

There are also PDF booklets introducing students to SPSS, NVivo and the online survey tool SurveyMonkey.

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Study skills for Economics students

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