https://oli.cmu.edu/
There are two courses in this suite of open access materials provided by Carnegie Mellon University on 'Probability and Statistics' and 'Statistical Reasoning'. They are suitable for absolute beginners with excellent graphics, tutorials and self test exercises. While they are not designed to be specific to any discipline, they use many social science examples. They are not linked to data analysis software packages (such as SPSS) although students can use Excel or R for the associated 'StatTutor' exercises. Major topics include exploratory data analysis, an introduction to research methods, probability, and statistical inference.


Online Statistics: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study
Introductory online statistics textbook with simulations and self tests developed ny Rice, Houston and Tufts universities. There is no social science context, but the simulations are useful, for example, for demonstrating how the shape of distributions change with different means and standard deviations or how sampling distributions change with different sample sizes. There is also a Java applet allowing students to estimate regression line by eye, and have the mean square error for their estimate calculated, and compared to the minimum mean square error: useful in teaching regression. 

Probability and statistics eBook
A webbased probability and statistics eBook. The materials, tools and demonstrations presented in this eBook are geared to the advancedplacement (AP) statistics educational curriculum. The eBook was initially developed by the UCLA Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR). It is communitybuilt, completely openaccess (in terms of use and contributions), blends information technology, scientific techniques and modern pedagogical concepts, and is multilingual.


http://www.cmm.bris.ac.uk/lemma/
Bristol University Centre for Multilevel Modeling course, with modules covering the basics of quantitative analysis up to multilevel modeling of binary and continuous data. 

http://cpdoer.net/collections/researchmethods/
Plymouth University OER resources to support QM and research methods training from Y1 to Masters levels.


The Basic Practice of Statistics
A portal based on David Moore's Basic Practice of Statistics. It includes quizzes and applets demonstrating density curves, correlation, regression and sampling.


http://surfstat.anu.edu.au/surfstathome/surfstatmain.html
Complete course form the Australian National University. You can also purchase and download a local version.


http://surveyresearch.weebly.com/index.html
Extensive entrylevel tutorials on the use of SPSS to process and analyse data from questionnaire surveys. There is a full range of supporting materials including from major survey series, as well as links to SPSS tutorials and useful materials available elsewhere. 

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/edu/powerpouvoir/toctdm/5214718eng.htm
Statistics Canada


http://mailer.fsu.edu/~slosh/IntroStatsGuide1.html
Linked to Agresti and Finlay Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences


http://exploringdata.net/
Ageing but useful intro to Exploratory Data Analys, with heartfelt complaints about the triviality of boring approaches to statistics. Practice datasets; assessment examples.


http://davidmlane.com/hyperstat/index.html
An online statistics textbook by David Lane. Like most of the material online, it is better on definitions and short descriptions than application. The site includes links to statistics 'jokes'  some better than others but none as good as the classic Statz Rappers.


https://itunes.apple.com/gb/course/statistics110probability/id502492375
Harvard Introduction to Probability (advanced). A complete course with 28 video lectures. Assumes competence in maths (e.g. knowledge of factorials, elementary set theory).


http://vassarstats.net/textbook/
Concepts and Applications of Inferential Statistics, with an emphasis on techniques relevant to social psychology. Covers measurement, distributions, correlation and regression, and significance tests.


http://essedunet.nsd.uib.no
Educational materials based on the European Social Survey.


http://www.khanacademy.org/
Statistics, algebra, probability sections, following 10 minute chalkboard talk format.


http://stattrek.com
A commercial site that provides tutorials supporting the Advanced Placement College Board examination in Statistics (AP stats). Unsuitable for use unchanged in a social science context, but useful as a quick reference for formulae and demonstrations of basic statistical procedures.

