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Library:

Statistical Resources



Reference Books
Databases
Web sites


Reference Books

Reference books are found in the physical Library and in our e-book databases, netLibrary and Books 24x7. A reference book is a work, such as a dictionary or encyclopedia, containing useful facts or information. Because these books are consulted for brief information and not read all the way through, they do not leave the library. They are located in the reference section, that is, in the first couple rows of books in the Library. Here's some that might be helpful (though, this is not an exhaustive list):

Often, books that you can check out are published about specific companies and/or industries. Use the Library's catalog to search for such titles.


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Databases

(I need help accessing the databases)
The Library subscribes to--that is, pays for--a number of databases that contain articles, books an other information for you to use for your research. Because of the cross-disciplinary nature of statistical research (there are statistics for just about anything you can imagine!), relevant information might be found in all of the Library databases. The particular subject area of your search will dictate which database to use. Here are some suggestions:


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Web sites

(I need help choosing quality websites)
Because anyone can publish anything they want on the Web, you need to be cautious about which sites you choose to use. Here are sites we recommend for researching this topic:


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