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The following is an alphabetical listing of all research and resource material used in the development of Statistics: Power from Data!

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Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, Research Branch. Types of Data. March 23, 2001. (Accessed January 22, 2002).

Aloha-Sidaway, Janice and Margaret McKinnon. 1999. "How to assess the pedagogical soundness of new technology." So You Want to Develop an Effective Learning Resource: A collection of ideas. Hull: Minister of Canadian Heritage.

Anderson, Jon E. "Chapter 3: Producing Data: Systematic Sampling." Course Syllabus for Statistics 1601. University of Minnesota. February 17, 1999. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

Australian Bureau of Statistics. 1990. Australia: Working It Out! Core material for Australian studies. Queanbeyan, AU: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

 

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Black, Paul E. "The Role of Graphics." Engineering Statistics Handbook. Beta version. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). September 4, 1998. (August 7, 2001).

Bock, Rudolf K. and W. Krischer. "Stratified Sampling." The Data Analysis Briefbook. Version 16. April 7, 1998. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

Brady, Bennett M. and Joseph W. Duncan. 1978. Statistical Services in Ten Years' Time. Oxford, UK: Pergamon Press.

Broster, Eric James. 1974. Glossary of Applied Management and Financial Statistics. Essex, UK: Gower Press.

 

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Cailliau, Robert. A Little History of the World Wide Web. October 3, 1995. (Accessed November 26, 1999).

Casey, Nancy and Mike Fellows. "Graphs, Games, and the NCTM Standards." MegaMathematics. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Computer Research and Applications Group. 1998. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

Center for Support of Teaching and Learning. "Constructing Bar Graphs." Self-instructional Mathematics Tutorials. Syracuse University. 2000. (Accessed September 6, 2001).

Clarion Research. Quality Control Procedures. 1998. (Accessed September 13, 2001).

Crowson, Scott. "Hot Economy Stalls Murder Rate: Calgary Second Lowest in Country." The Calgary Herald. Thursday, October 19, 2000. (News, B1).

 

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Data Interpretation Workshop. 1998. "Effective Publication Graphics, Course 04482." Course Calendar for September 8 to October 20, 1998. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 10H0053GPE).

Deller, Stephen. 1988. "The History of the Canadian Census." Families. Vol. 23, No. 3. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society.

Doucet, Ed and Edvard Outrata. 1998. "Impact of New Processing Techniques on the Management and Organization of Statistical Data Processing." Journal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. ECE 5: 201–221.

Drott, Carl M. Dr. Drott's Random Sampler: Using the Computer as a Tool for Library Management. College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University. 1994. (Accessed June 11, 2001).

 

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Easton, Valerie J. and John H. McColl. "Presenting Data." STEPS Statistics Glossary Web. Version 1.1. September 1997. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

Erickson, Bonnie H. and T.A. Nosanchuk. 1992. Understanding Data. Second Edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

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Fellegi, Ivan P. and D. Holt. 1976. A Systematic Approach to Automatic Edits and Imputation. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC3432B).

Fellegi, Ivan P. 1967. Computer Methods for Geographical Coding and Retrieval of Data in the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Ottawa: Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Census Division. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC3038).

Fellegi, P. Ivan and Simon A. Goldberg. 1971. The Computer and Government Statistics. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC2545).

Ferber, Robert. 1980. What is a Survey? Subcommittee of the Section on Survey Research Methods, American Statistical Association (ASA). Washington, DC: ASA.

Filliben, James. "Scatterplot." Engineering Statistics Handbook. Beta version. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). 1998. (Accessed August 7, 2001).

Financial Forecast Centre. What is the Correlation Coefficient? 10 Year T-Note Forecast. Applied Reasoning Incorporated. 1997. (Accessed November 25, 2002).

Friedman, Herbert. 1972, Introduction to Statistics. New York: Random House.

 

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Galloway, Allison. Sampling: A Workbook. August 25, 1997. (Accessed June 11, 2001).

Garson, David G. "Sampling." Syllabus for PA 765: Quantitative Research in Public Administration. North Carolina State University. Fall 2001. (Accessed May 31, 2002).

Gower, Allen. 1997. Questionnaire Design: Statistics Canada, Course 410E. Statistics Canada, Questionnaire Design Resource Centre. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 10H0046XPE).

Gower, Allen and Karen Kelly. 1993. How Big Should the Sample Be? Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (unpublished).

Gravetter, Frederick J. and Larry B. Wallnau. 1999. Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences. Third Edition. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.

 

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H & H Servicco Corporation. "Glossary of Terms." Sampling Plans. January 15, 2002. (Accessed February 21, 2002).

Han, Kyunghee. "Selection of a Sample." EDRS 1: Educational Research I. University of Mississippi. Spring 2001. (Accessed June 11, 2001).

Haralambos, Micheal and Martin Holborn. 1987. Sociology: Themes and Perspectives. London, UK: Collins Educational. (Pages 734–740 excerpted on website) 2000. (Accessed February 28, 2002).

Hauser, Philip M. Social Statistics in Use. 1975. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Huff, Darrell. 1954. How to Lie with Statistics. New York: W. W. Norton and Company.

Human Resources Development Canada. Labour Force Survey – Definitions and Explanations. 2002. (Accessed January 25, 2002).

 

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Johnson, Richard Arnold and Jane F. Gentleman. 1989. Mainframe SAS Enhancements in Support of Exploratory Data Analysis. Statistics Canada, Analytical Studies Branch. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11F0019E no. 24).

Jones, James. "Estimating the Population Mean." Lecture Notes for Math 170: Introduction to Statistics. Richland Community College. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

— "Introduction to Estimation." Lecture Notes for Math 170: Introduction to Statistics. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

— "Introduction to Probability." Lecture Notes for Math 170: Introduction to Statistics. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

— "Measures of Central Tendency." Lecture Notes for Math 170: Introduction to Statistics. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

— "Stats: Estimating the Mean." Lecture Notes for Math 170: Introduction to Statistics. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

— "Stats: Frequency Distribution and Graphs." Lecture Notes for Math 170: Introduction to Statistics. 2002. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

 

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Kaushal, Ritu and Normand J. D. Laniel. 1993. Computer Assisted Interviewing Data Quality Test. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11N022).

Kendall, Sir Maurice G. and William R. Buckland. 1982. A Dictionary of Statistical Terms. Fourth Edition, revised and enlarged. London, UK: Longman Group.

Key, James P. "Module R8–Sampling." Research Design in Occupational Education. 1997. (Accessed September 13, 2001).

Kirkman, Tom. "Descriptive Statistics." Tools for Science. 2001. (Accessed June 11, 2001).

Klinke, Sigbert. 1997. Data Structures for Computational Statistics. Berlin: Physica-Verlag.

Kristula, Dave. A History of the Internet. August 2001. (September 9, 2001).

Krotki, Karol J. 1977. Census of Computer Software at Statistics Canada. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC1210).

 

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Lane, David M. "Arithmetic Mean." Hyperstat Online. 1993. (Accessed November 24, 2000).

— "Box Plot." Hyperstat Online. 1993. (Accessed November 24, 2000).

— "Linear Relationship." Hyperstat Online. 1993. (Accessed November 24, 2000).

— "Nominal Scale." Hyperstat Online. 1993. (Accessed November 24, 2000).

— "Sampling Fluctuation." Hyperstat Online. 1993. (Accessed September 13, 2001).

— "Scatterplots." Hyperstat Online. 1993. (Accessed November 24, 2000).

— "Stem and Leaf Plots." Hyperstat Online. 1993. (Accessed November 24, 2000).

Leiner, Barry M. et al. A Brief History of the Internet. Version 3.31. Internet Society (ISOC). August 4, 2000. (September 9, 2001).

Lemeshow, Stanley and Paul S. Levy. 1991. Sampling of Populations: Methods and Applications. Second Edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Lemeshow, Stanley and Paul S. Levy. 1999. Sampling of Populations: Methods and Applications. Third Edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Lohr, Sharon L. 1999. "Chapter 6: Sampling with Unequal Probabilities." Sampling: Design and Analysis. Pacific Grove, CA: Duxbury Press.

Loveday, Robert. 1958. A First Course in Statistics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

 

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Martin, Marjorie. 1986. Introduction to Interviewing. Statistics Canada, Survey Operations Division. Ottawa: Ministry Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC1595).

Mathieu, Richard G. and Omar Khalil. "Data Quality in the Database Systems Course." Data Quality. 2001. (Accessed September 13, 2001).

Menzies, Heather. 1982. Computers on the Job: Surviving Canada's Microcomputer Revolution. Toronto: James Lorimer and Company.

Meyers, Jeremy, A Short History of the Computer. November 3, 1999. (Accessed November 26, 1999).

Murdock, Everett. History, the History of Computers, and the History of Computers in Education. California State University Long Beach. 1994. (Accessed November 2, 1999).

 

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National Statistics Office, Republic of the Phillipines. Technical Notes on the Seasonal Adjustment of CPI. June 25, 2001. (Accessed January 25, 2002).

Neiswanger, William Addison. 1947. Elementary Statistical Methods: As Applied to Business and Economic Data. Revised Edition. New York: The Macmillan Company.

Niles, Robert. "Margin of Error." Statistics Every Writer Should Know. 1996. (Accessed September 13, 2001).

Noether, Gottfried. 1991. Introduction to Statistics: A Fresh Approach. New York: Springer-Verlag.

NVision Research. Analysis Capabilities. 2001. (Accessed September 13, 2001).

 

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Official site of the Canadian Football League. (Accessed September 26, 2002).

Ottawa Citizen. "Crime by the Numbers." Ottawa Citizen. Tuesday, July 25, 2000. (Editorial, A14).

 

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Parlor, Margaret. 1991. Canada's International Trade Statistics: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 65-001).

Paton, David G. 1996. "Editing Strategies and Systems Used by the Canadian General Social Survey: Their Evolution over Ten Years of Data Collection and Processing." Survey and Statistical Computing 1996. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 12F0066XPE).

Plonsky, M. "Frequency Distributions." Psychological Statistics. 1997. (Accessed January 22, 2002).

Polsson, Ken. Chronology of Personal Computers. 1994. (Accessed November 26, 1999).

 

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Renckly, Tom. "Chapter 4: Sampling Techniques and Related Statistical Concepts." Sampling and Surveying Handbook. Air University. June 7, 2001. (Accessed June 11, 2001).

Routio, Pentti. "Sampling." Arteology. May 10, 2001. (Accessed June 11, 2001).

 

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Sanders, Donald A. et al. 2001. Statistics: A First Course. First Canadian Edition. Whitby, Ontario: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

Satin, Alvin and Wilma Shastry. March 1983. Survey Sampling: A Non-mathematical Guide. Second Edition. Statistics Canada, Social Survey Division. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 12-602E)

Sharov, Alexei. "2.4: Stratified Sampling." Lecture Notes for Quantitative Population Ecology. Virginia Tech University, Department of Entomology. December 1, 1996. (Accessed June 11, 2001).

Sheskin, Ira M. 1985. Survey Research for Geographers. Washington: Association of American Geographers.

Shodor Education Foundation. What? Pie Chart. 1997. (Accessed May 4, 2001)

Stark, Philip B. "Chapter 1: Statistics." Statistics Tools For Internet and Classroom Instruction with a Graphical User Interface (SticiGui). University of California, Berkeley. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

— "Chapter 2: Measures of Location and Spread." SticiGui. University of California, Berkeley. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

— "Chapter 2: Measures of Location." SticiGui. University of California, Berkeley. 2001. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

Statistics Canada and the Social Science Federation of Canada. 1983. Historical Statistics of Canada. Second Edition. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11-516E).

Statistics Canada. "Canada, Labour Force Characteristics, Monthly from January 1976, Unadjusted." CANSIM. 1999. (Accessed August 23, 1999).

Statistics Canada. 1970. Content of Questionnaire for the 1971 Census of Canada. Statistics Canada, Census Division. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC1623E).

Statistics Canada. 1980. Finding and Using Statistics: A Basic Guide from Statistics Canada. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC2530E).

Statistics Canada. 1980. Statistics Canada Catalogue. Statistics Canada, User Advisory Services Division. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11-204E).

Statistics Canada. 1987. Statistics Canada Quality Guidelines. Second Edition. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 12-539-XPE).

Statistics Canada. 1987. Statistics Canada's Policy on Informing Users of Data Quality and Methodology. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC3171).

Statistics Canada. 1991. Focus for the Future. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. STC2537E).

Statistics Canada. 1991. Historical Labour Force Statistics. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 71-201-XPB 2000).

Statistics Canada. 1992. 1991 Census Handbook. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92-305E).

Statistics Canada. 1993. 75 Years and Counting: A History of Statistics Canada. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11-531).

Statistics Canada. 1994. Revised Intercensal Population and Family Estimates, July 1, 1971–1991. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 91-537).

Statistics Canada. 1996. Questionnaire content: 1996 Census of Population. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92N0064XPE).

Statistics Canada. 1997. 1996 Census Handbook. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92-352-XPE).

Statistics Canada. 1997. Guide to the Labour Force Survey. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 71-543-GIE).

Statistics Canada. 1998. Case Studies for Business Schools: Preliminary Review of Existing Statistics Canada 'Case-Like' Materials. Statistics Canada, Marketing Division. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada.

Statistics Canada. December 2, 1999. Statistics Canada Mainframe Computers, Since 1960. Revised Edition. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada.

Statistics Canada. 1998. Statistics Canada Quality Guidelines. Third Edition. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 12-539-XIE 1998).

Statistics Canada. 1998. Surveys from Start to Finish (Workshop). Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (unpubished).

Statistics Canada. 1998. The How and Why of Business Statistics: the Respondent's Perspective. Respondent Relations Unit, Communications Division. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 10F0213XPE).

Statistics Canada. 1999. Canada Year Book 1999. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11-402-XPE).

Statistics Canada. 2000. Education Indicators in Canada: Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program, 1999. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 81-582-XPE 1999).

Statistics Canada. 2000. Human Activity and the Environment 2000. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11-509-XPE).

Statistics Canada. 2000. Survey Skills Development Course, SSDC-64. Ottawa: Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada. (Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 12N0079XPE).

Statistics Canada. Canada Year Book 1999. (Teachers' Kit) February 18, 2002. (Accessed May 29, 2002).

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Texas Instruments. 1980. Student Calculator Math: An Expanded Edition of TI's Popular "Great International Math on Keys" Book. Texas: Texas Instruments Incorporated Learning Center.

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Vanier Institute of the Family. 1994. Profiling Canada's Families. Ottawa: Vanier Institute of the Family.

 

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Wattier, Mark, J. "Descriptive Statistics." POL 660 Course Syllabus. Murray State University. 2001. (Accessed November 24, 2000).

Webopedia.com. "Column Graph." Webopedia. INT Media Group. September 1, 1996. (Accessed May 4, 2001).

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Wright, Jane-Marie. MA 22 Statistics Unit: Creating a Frequency Table and Histogram. Suffolk County Community College, Mathematics Department. February 25, 1999. (Accessed February 19, 2002).

 

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Youtsey, Carolyn. "Line Graphs." Carolyn's Unit on Graphing. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. August 27, 1998. (Accessed May 4, 2001).