Gaussian Probability Distribution Curve Demonstration This exhibit from the New York Hall of Science demonstrates the creation of a bell curve. How would you expect

Some Data From Important Things With Demetri Martin In this video, comedian Demetri Martin charts some interesting if unscientific statistics. What kind of graph does he use to

Statistics Inspired By Pop Songs This exhibit from the New York Hall of Science demonstrates the creation of a bell curve. How would you expect

Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata as Seen Through Data This video shows Stephen Malinowski playing the first movement of Beethovens Moonlight Sonata. The sheet music scrolls by at the

Wable This is a video of a machine that measures web activity and adjusts accordingly, creating a bar graph with the

Independent and Dependent Variables This video explains the difference between independent and dependent variables using the example of the length of your hair based

Social Psychology Experiment This student-created project is a short cartoon in which one character administers an experiment in which participants write their response.

Nominal Variables Video This video explains nominal variables. How do these differ from ordinal variables?

I Picked the Wrong Test This video from the singer Britney Spearmen, sings about the importance of picking the correct test. Why is it important

Skew: How to Memorize Negative and Positively Skewed Distributions In this short clip of a fake newscast, we are given ways to memorize the difference between negative and positively

Sesame Street: Neil Patrick Harris has Tellys New Shoes In this brief song, characters sing and dance about shoes. Is the list of shoes given a nominal scale, ordinal

Z-Scores Explained This brief video describes what a Z-score is, and how it relates to a bell curve. What does the Z-score

Correlation The headless professor defines correlation and practical aspects, such as the direction and magnitude of relationships. What is a positive

Statistical Significance The headless professor continues from the previous lesson on correlation. He begins with identifying the four possible relationships that could

John Tukey This clip is the beginning of an student project for an AP Statistics class. The students who made the film

Florence Nightingale Florence Nightingale was sent to Turkey by the British government during the Crimean War. She was intensely disturbed by the

Statistician for the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World Fred Hazelton, Statistician for the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World discusses his work with the guide and with touringplans.com

The Gauss Story: A Holiday Tradition This clip presents some general information about Carl Friedrich Gauss, who was instrumental in defining and understanding the normal distribution.