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* [http://statweb.stanford.edu/~tibs/stat315a/Supplements/bootstrap.pdf Bootstrap methods & significance estimation] | * [http://statweb.stanford.edu/~tibs/stat315a/Supplements/bootstrap.pdf Bootstrap methods & significance estimation] | ||

* how to do [[Media:Repeated_ANOVA_MATLAB.pdf | repeated measures ANOVA]] in Matlab (by Parisa) | * how to do [[Media:Repeated_ANOVA_MATLAB.pdf | repeated measures ANOVA]] in Matlab (by Parisa) | ||

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## Revision as of 17:55, 28 July 2016

A list of useful resources on the web.

## General Math

- Matrix cookbook
- Image filtering, edge detection, etc. (Computer vision)
- Hough transform tutorial (Computer vision)
- Introductory tutorial on Wavelet transforms

## Statistics

- Rice University online Stats book
- Markov Chain Monte Carlo in practice - book
- Bootstrap methods & significance estimation
- how to do repeated measures ANOVA in Matlab (by Parisa)
- Ten Simple Rules for Effective Statistical Practice

## How to do science

- Konrad's paper writing 101
- PLoS CB - 10 simple rules collection: a must read for everyone!
- Colorbrewer: great tool for selecting colour schemes on publications