Inferential stats / script [written] and directed by Helen Staveley-Taylor ; produced by Uniview Worldwide Ltd

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Subjects: Social sciences--Statistical methods
Probabilities
Social sciences--Research--Methodology
Formats: Video Recording, Other video-recording, Electronic Resource, Remote, Streaming Video
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2005
Series: Research methods in the social sciences
LC Classification: H
Alternate Titles: Title on website: Inferential statistics
In: Digital video collection (OCoLC)52376650 FFH 36201
Issued in other form: Inferential stats (OCoLC)83260196 9781421354354
Issued in other form: Inferential stats 9781421354347
Related item: Research methods in the social sciences (OCoLC)77492996 9781421354293
Additional Authors: Staveley-Taylor, Helen
Snowden, Amy
Brain, Christine
Windsor, Matt
Uniview Worldwide
Insight Moving Images Ltd
Gosling Animation
Cambridge Educational (Firm)
Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Ohio Library and Information Network
OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons
Notes: ISBN: 9781421354354
ISBN: 1421354357
Videorecording number: FFH 36201
Streaming video (36 min.)
System requirements: Real Player media software
Mode of access: World Wide Web
Closed captioned
Title from title frames
Presented by Amy Snowden ; magician, Matt Windsor
Credits: Script consultant, Christine Brain ; filmed and edited by Insight Moving Images ; animations by goslinganimation.com
Streaming video (36 m., 300 Kbps, sd.) available as both Windows Media and QuickTime files
Made available through FMG on Demand
Third in the four-part series, Research methods in the social sciences (FMG Item #36198)
Also issued on videodisc (DVD) and videocassette (VHS)
Summary: "Who said statistics were boring? Using magic and circus motifs, this program demonstrates the significance of probability theory and the importance of using the correct test to analyze research data. Host Amy and her friend Matt the Magician guide viewers through the need to make probability statements, and along with a team of students, use juggling skills to explore choice of test. Setting significance levels, tests of difference, the sign test, degrees of freedom, Yates correction, expected frequencies, parametric tests, and plastic interval scales are explored. Supporting graphics and animation enliven each discussion point and set up questions posed to viewers."--FMG on Demand website
Contents: Statistics : probability and certainty (05:29) -- Statistics : probability and prediction (03:53) -- Statistics : errors (01:05) -- Statistics : levels of significance (02:08) -- Tests of difference (04:00) -- Parametric tests (01:41) -- Binomial sign test (06:01) -- Statistical significance (03:30) -- Statistics : Wilcoxon signed-ranks test (02:43) -- Statistics : t-test (04:03)
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Reproduction notes: Electronic reproduction. Columbus, OH : OhioLINK, 2007. Digitized and made available by OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons from video dist. by Films for the Humanities & Sciences
OCLC Number: 212626415
ISBN/ISSN: 9781421354354
1421354357
FFH 36201