I'm currently working as a teaching assistant at my university, in an introductory statistics course (for medical students).

Offline, there are many books available with information to aid the teacher. However, what I am interested to know is if you might direct me to any (good) resources that provide exercises (with solutions) in statistics, which are available online? (e.g: teachers notes).

The subject material can range between descriptive statistics, probability, and parametric/non-parametric statistical inference.


This is a totally amazing online resource for multi-level modelling, not sure if that's any good to you:


Even includes a test at the start to give you an idea of where to start.

And should this be community wiki?

  • $\begingroup$ Thanks Chris. This should be a wiki - but I don't have permissions to make it so :) $\endgroup$ – Tal Galili Nov 23 '10 at 7:53
  • $\begingroup$ I'd vouch for those materials as well. They also have intro tutorials and not just multi level modelling resources. $\endgroup$ – Andy W Nov 23 '10 at 13:16

It might worth checking Udacity Statistics course https://www.udacity.com/course/st095 or Berkeley Introduction to Statistics: Descriptive Statistics https://www.edx.org/courses/BerkeleyX/Stat2.1x/2013_Spring


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