About

This is my modest space on the internet where I write about statistics and using R. I assume anyone reading this site is probably looking for help, hence the tagline “help with learning statistics.” I find that teaching statistical concepts helps me better understand the concepts myself. So this blog is mostly about me trying to solidify and expand my statistical knowledge. But if it helps others, so much the better!

Thanks,
Clay Ford

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Matan Gilbert

    Hello Mr. Ford,

    I found your blog in a search for resources addressing the generation of (fake) data for analysis. Are you aware of any texts that treat this subject from an introductory level, including understanding and choosing appropriate probability distributions, etc.)?

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  2. Clay Ford Post author

    You may want to check out the book An Introduction to Statistical Computing: A Simulation-based Approach by Voss. I have never read it and it looks expensive, but it appears it might be a resource for generating fake data. See chapter 2, Simulating Statistical Models.

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  3. Kyle

    Hi Clay,

    I found you after having read several articles you wrote on analyzing Categorical data using R posted on the UVa Library Services website. On two occassions now I was at a loss trying to understand what my professor (or Agresti) was talking about (or why it mattered). Then I read your articles working through basic analyses and afterwards engaging with the finer details in my notes and the textbook made a lot more sense. Thanks for taking the time to write so clearly. I appreciate it.

    Regards,

    Kyle

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