# Video ## Video: How to Do an One-Way ANOVA in JASP

Video (14:02) from Research by Design in which, “We are off to see the wizard with an example of a one-way (factorial) ANOVA involving wicked witches and munchkins. We open a .CSV dataset in JASP, check the assumptions of homogeneity of variance and normality, conduct the test, interpret the results, and write up the findings … ## Video: How to Do an Independent Samples t Test in JASP

Video (18:29) from Research by Design in which, “Using a dataset about puppy training, we learn how to set up and run an independent samples t test. We import data into JASP, conduct the test, interpret the results and write up the findings. We will learn to check the assumptions of homogeneity of variance using … ## Video: How to Do a One Sample and Paired-Samples t Test in JASP

Video (16:57) from Research by Design in which, “The One Sample t-Test is a parametric procedure that tests whether a sample mean is statistically significantly different than a population mean or other known value. We will open a CSV dataset in JASP, check the assumptions of the test, conduct the one sample t-test, interpret the … ## Video: Computing Central Tendency and Variability in JASP

Concise video (9:50) from Research by Design in which, “We walk through the steps to identify three measures of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) using JASP. This is an excellent introduction to JASP software and some of the functions that we will use throughout the introductory statistics course.” (7:41) “We will learn how to … ## Video: Computing Frequencies and Creating an APA-Style Frequency Table Using JASP, Excel, and Word

Concise video from Research by Design in which, “We create an APA-style frequency table with scores in descending order, simple frequency, relative frequency, cumulative frequency, percentile, and sample size. We use JASP for the statistics, Excel for the formatting, and wrap it all up for presentation in Word. These same techniques work with open-source word … ## The 5 Techniques of Science Denial

In the article “A history of FLICC: the 5 techniques of science denial” places five strategies (Fake experts, Logical fallacies, Impossible expectations, Cherry picking, and Conspiracy theories.) into a the acronym FLICC. This article, elaborates on many other techniques within these broad 5 categories, including examples of each. The article includes links to a three … ## Video: Central Limit Theorem and Distributions of Sample Means

This video (7:34) explains the central limit theorem, where distributions of means of samples come from, and how those distributions are normally distributed from StatQuest with Josh Starmer. Bam. Before watching, students should have a good understanding of the normal distribution. You can find the StatQuest website here. ## Video: Statistical Significance What Are p Values? How Do We Interpret Them? How Do We Calculate Them?

A video (11:21) (which includes an “awesome song” in the beginning) that explains p values and their interpretation from StatQuest with Josh Starmer. Bam. Students should watch this before the video (below) on calculating p values. If you’re interested in how to calculate p values, this video (25:14) gives a thorough explanation. You can find … ## Video: What is a Distribution? Normal Distributions, Clearly Explained

A short (5:14) video that introduces statistical distributions from StatQuest with Josh Starmer. This is great for students to watch before a discussion of the normal distribution. A short (5:12) video that clearly explains normal distributions from StatQuest with Josh Starmer. You can find the StatQuest website here.

## Video: Chi-Square Calculation

A short (~5 minute) video (created by J David Eisenberg) with straightforward examples and explanations of how to compute the chi-squared statistic for independent measures of nominal data. Examples focus on who uses a garbage can vs. who litters, among males and females. Another example focuses on the color of fliers and whether people take …

## Video: Sampling Distribution of the Sample Means

A Khan Academy video that demonstrates calculating means of samples in the context of the central limit theorem, including a discussion of the Sampling Distribution of the Sample mean (or the Distribution of Means of Samples). You can find the whole series of Khan Academy videos on Probability and Statistics here.

## Video: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing

A really well done video that clearly explains the basics of hypothesis testing. Students could easily watch this at home as part of a flipped classroom approach and come to class with a solid foundation. It has over 2 million views for a reason. This video is from the http://www.MathTutorDVD.com series.

## Video: Why Statistics Is More Important than Calculus

A quick 3 minute TED talk about why learning about statistics is more important than calculus from Arthur Benjamin. It helps to show this early in a statistics course to combat questions about, “why do we need to learn this?”