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Statistics: Get Started

Guide to research and library resources relevant to Statistics

In this Guide

This guide is designed to help students do research for statisics classes and to help students and faculty find statistics resources in the library.  

Use the tabs above to navigate through the other pages of the guide:

  • Find Books - Get books available through the library and beyond.
  • Find Articles - Find articles about statistics.
  • Find Videos - Find online videos and DVDs through the PCC library as well as statistics-related videos from sites like YouTube.
  • Websites - Websites useful for practicing or researching about statistics
  • News -- Headlines, blogs, and RSS feeds about statistics
  • Cite Sources - Tips and tools for citing sources and avoiding plagiarism.
  • Evaluation - Learn to tell the difference between types of sources, and between journals or magazines. Identify what "peer review" means.
  • Get Help - Get help from a librarian 24x7, get support from a tutor, or find a handout or tutorial to help you with your research.

 


Apples & Oranges - They Don't Compare, by The BusyBrain

 

 

 

Apples & Oranges - They Don't Compare, by The BusyBrain. Use under CC by NC

 

Librarian

Pam Kessinger
pkessing@pcc.edu
Contact:
Rock Creek Library
971.722.7051

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