Available here are the resources from the workshops that were held in the 2011 Statistics day. Thank you to everyone who has produced and shared their work.

## Bootstrapping and Randomisation:

These are two fairly new concepts which are being introduced into the curriculum. The University of Auckland has produced the following powerpoints to help teachers become familiar with the two topics.

An introduction to Bootstrapping

An introduction to Randomisation

## Simulation:

The links below contain resources put together by Marion Steele (Epsom girls).

Games suitable for simulations

## Inference Resources:

The links below contain resources put together by Lindsay Smith.

## Experimental design:

A powerpoint put together by James Curran from the University of Auckland.

## Statistically based reports:

A powerpoint produced by somebody (let me know if anyone knows so credit can be given)

## Risk:

A powerpoint on Risk put together by Thomas Lumley from the University of Auckland.

## Probability and Risk:

A powerpoint on probability and risk put together by Lars Thomsen (Avondale College)

## Genstat Resources:

An introduction to the Genstat software for use on bivariate data analysis and linear regression.

Acquiring Genstat for teaching and learning