These two videos are for my classes, made using the free screencast tool ScreenCast-O-Matic.
The first is for my IB Bio group for setting up a graph for a complex set of data, adding extra datasets, error bars and formatting. The second is a similar video for a simple Physics investigation in Grade 10.
Hopefully they are helpful as you can go back and re-watch important bits as you do the write-ups.
If anyone knows of a decent way to add best-fit curves (lines are easy) to datasets, please let me know!
Here is the updated presentation for 2009, with more information on Excel and a worked set of examples with hummingbirds, to tie in with the natural selection topics.
And Geoff Browne kindly gave permission to upload his t-test powerpoint to slideshare:
Excellent Handbook of Biological Statistics from John MacDonald
Sumanas statistics animations
Field Studies Council stats page, including the t-test
Open Door Website stats page and help with graphs and tables
Gapminder awesome human population stats tool
And this enlightening talk from Han Rosling: No More Boring Data!
Using your calculator:
– Using the TI GDC (from Click4Biology)
– Using the Casio pdf download (from keymath.com)