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Beyond the numbers
Biweekly report on interesting and varied topics, by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Click on the "Browse Archive" for lots of topics to choose from.
By Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean, faculty members at De Anza College in Cupertino, California. A beginning college-level statistics textbook
Matthew Desmond, author of the book Evicted, started this project in 2017, to gather and analyze nationwide data on evictions in the U.S.
Against All Odds: Inside Statistics
Based on the NCTM content standards for K-8 teachers. Videos and web-based lessons.
Links to Statistical Sources
List of key sources for reliable statistics, in general topic areas. Provided by the University of Oregon Library.
Free online statistics calculator
Compare countries on a variety of statistical analyses, with data derived from various governmental sources
Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics
Applets, tools, and online books.
Look for the tab for "Social Statistics" in this set of links. Provided by the University of Oregon
Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2012
Government website with lots of tables of data for U.S. populations. (Web version suspended in 2012). Updated versions are available in print versions