The Association of Statistics Specialists Using Microsoft Excel

This page provides links to various resources concerned with the use of Microsoft Excel in the practice and teaching of Statistics.  If you know of additional resources that should be listed here, please contact the listowner r.j.gerrard@city.ac.uk who is also responsible for maintaining this page.

Useful Sources of Information
CTI Statistics
Microsoft Knowledge Base
Teaching Statistics
Searchable Database of Statistical Software Sites
Free Statistical Software links

Erich Neuwirth's List of Spreadsheet Resources

INFORMS Transactions on Education Journal   NEW!

Articles/Reviews
Teaching Statistics with Excel 5.0 by Neville Hunt
Review of DISCUS by Roger Gray
Excel in Statistics by James Currall
Review of UNISTAT4 by James Currall
Review Using Data in Bus, Econ & Social Sciences by Ralph Riddiough
Review of Exploring Prob and Stats with Spreadsheets by Anne Hawkins
Boxplots in Excel by Neville Hunt
Demonstrating Sampling Distributions by Neville Hunt and Housh Mashhoudy
Producing Statistical Tables Using Excel by Neville Hunt
Teaching Statistical Concepts Using Spreadsheets by Neville Hunt
Spreadsheet Resources for Statistics by Mike Fuller
Teaching Business Statistics with Microsoft Excel by Peter Bell   NEW!

Disciplined use of spreadsheets for data entry by SSC, Reading University  NEW!

ASSUME FAQ service

AIRA Data Mining Tool
Analyse-It (formerly ASTUTE)
CK-Vision
DISCUSS (sequel to DISCUS)
Essential Regression and Experimental Design (freely downloadable)
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FITTER NEW!
PopTools Population Modelling Tools (freeware) NEW!
RSD Associates
Synkronizer (shareware available) NEW!
UNISTAT
XLSTAT
XLStatistics

Reports on Annual ASSUME Meetings
1996 Nottingham
1997 Sheffield
1998 London
1999 London
2000 Coventry
28 March 2001, London  Propose a Paper

Known Errors in Excel's Statistical Facilities
AgResearch New Zealand Guidelines

Accuracy of Statistical Distributions

Excel for Statistics: tips and warnings NEW!

This page last updated on 25 September 2000 by