Against All Odds: Inside Statistics - #’s 2, 3, 5, and 10 on presenting data
These video programs visually explain how data are presented in stemplots, histograms, boxplots, and scatterplots, with examples shown for each.
Against All Odds: Inside Statistics - #’s 4, 6, 7, 11, 12, and 13 on statistical tests
These videos cover in greater detail the nature of measures of central tendency, standard deviation, normal curves, correlation analysis, and the use of two-way tables.
University of Colorado Boulder
This video is a useful presentation that visually shows students how to use data from regression analysis to create a scatterplot. This is a useful exercise for connecting computer applications with data analysis and presentation.
Open University: Correlations
This video introduces students to the concept of correlation analysis and its utility in research designs. The program examines historical trends in variables and how scientists utilized correlation analysis to draw conclusions.
ABC News Report
This ABC News video examines statistical data from a recent medical study which found that eating high levels of meat and cheese can increase a person’s cancer factor four-fold. It also examines the risk for heart attacks and increased blood pressure due to anger and tension.