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This guide will help you find potential sources and ideas for data. Includes links to datasets and primers on statistics.
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This guide will help you find identity potential sources and ideas for data.  Click the tabs above to find resources.

If you need additional help with your research, I'm available for consultations just email, call, or chat with me!

Debbie Metzger
916 278-7509
dmetzger@csus.edu

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For immediate assistance, visit the 2nd floor Reference Desk or call 916-278-5673 during library open hours. Reference librarians will be there to help you! 

      
     

    Intro to Data and Statistics Research

     

    Statistics Primer

    Before you look for your datasets, you might want to check out this website.

    • Electronic Statistics Textbook. StatSoft, Inc. (2013).  Tulsa, OK: StatSoft. 
      "The Electronic Statistics Textbook begins with an overview of the relevant elementary (pivotal) concepts and continues with a more in depth exploration of specific areas of statistics, organized by "modules" and accessible by buttons, representing classes of analytic techniques. A glossary of statistical terms and a list of references for further study are included." 

    Other Guides to Data and Statistics

    • Data and Statistics
      From Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins University. A great place to start when looking for datasets. Clear description of sources with categoreis for demographics, economics, education, health and ICPSR. Another great tool by a librarian: Jen Darragh
    • NIH/NLM Guide to Health Satistics
      From the National Institutes of Health/National Library of Medicine. Includes some of the major sources of health and general statistics in the United States and a brief list of international resources. This subject guide is not meant to be comprehensive but to serve as a pointer to major information sources.
    • Finding Statistics & Datasets
      Great site from the Weill Cornell Medical College at Cornell University. Take a look at the section on Internet Search and Maniputation hints. Also has links to many data sets, tools and readings.
    • Health Care Statistics Research Guide

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