This page is managed by Dr. Richard D. Braatz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
- Sampling of Data Education in ChE Curricula: An overview of strategies taken by various chemical engineering departments to educate students in applied statistics.
- University of Buffalo: Detailed syllabus for a one-semester course that covers theory and applications of probability and statistics appropriate for design of experiments and analysis of data.
- University of Texas at Austin: Detailed syllabus for a required one-semester course on applied statistics.
- University of Massachusetts Amherst: Syllabus for three to four weeks of applied statistics education as part of a course on mathematical modeling.
- MIT: Syllabus for several weeks of process data analytics education as part of a first-year graduate course on process systems engineering.
- University of Colorado Boulder: More than 20 short screencast videos on statistics, including examples, introduction to topics, software tutorials, and exam review problems. Here are three examples:
- Polymath (CACHE): Solves ODEs, linear equations, and nonlinear equations. Screencasts demonstrate Polymath use.
Useful statistics links
- Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics: Interactive web-based resources for students and teachers.
- Online Resource Materials on Multivariable Data Analysis: Statistical methods, case studies, guidebooks, webinars.
- Online Statistics and Probability Course: Video lectures, slides, homework, and practice final
- Online Graduate Applied Statistics Course: Video lectures, slides, example problems