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Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp 1

Coursera, Johns Hopkins
Thorough, but quite mathsy and formula-heavy. No programming required.

Statistics 2.*x (1 to 3)

EdX, Berkeley
Basic intro to statistics and probability. Extremely well-taught

Data Science Specialization

Coursera, Johns Hopkins
A series of ten courses including data processing, R programming, and statistics

Online Resources

Handbook of Biological Statistics

John H. McDonald
A comprehensive and well-written online textbook on biological data analysis

How to Share Data with a Statistician

This excellent guide by Jeffrey Leek from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health explains how best to prepare, process and annotate raw data before sending it to a statistician for analysis. Also helpful if you do your own data analysis!

What Statistical Test should I use?

Table of setatistical tests
Institute for Digital Research and Education, UCLA

Power and Sample Size Programs

List of resources for power and sample size calculations
UCSF Division of Biostatistics

Statistical Concepts for Biologists

Mingshu Huang et al., Harvard University
Selected statistical concepts and their use in biological research papers
Box Plots
Confidence Intervals
Sampling Distribution