This blog sometimes gets clicks from people searching Google for basic statistical tools. (Oddly, they click in but they don’t seem to click out.) If you’re looking for statistical tools, please check the links below.
- Wikipedia’s article on hypothesis testing in general
- A t-table for one-tailed tests (This is useful if you have a null hypothesis like where only one tail would constitute rejection of the null)
- A t-table for two-tailed tests (For a null hypothesis like where either extreme would reject the null). This is the most common thing people are looking for when they find my blog – the query is usually “statistical t table” or “critical value t table”.
- Texas A&M’s F statistic calculator and Chi Square calculator
- Wikipedia’s articles on the Normal, Binomial, and Poisson distributions for easy reference
If you have any other questions, please feel free to leave a comment and I’ll be happy to address it.