On this website students will find:

Lecturers can log in to access:

Multiple Choice Questions for each chapter to test your knowledge and help you to prepare for your exams.

Solutions to JIG:SAW’s Puzzles for each chapter for you to check your answers and workings.

Datasets & R Scripts to allow you to work through the Check your Brain problems and end of chapter puzzles.

Videos from Andy’s YouTube Channel to help you revise and work through different statistical concepts at your own pace.

R scripts are hosted on Andy's own website so do remember to check here for updates!

A Teaching Guide provides further support when teaching with the book and provides ideas for how to use the unique features in class.

Editable PowerPoint decks allow you to easily integrate each chapter into your lessons and provide access to figures and tables from the book

A Testbank of multiple choice questions help you test students’ knowledge and understanding of the material.

Within the Resource Pack all the resources have been designed and formatted to upload easily into your LMS or VLE.

Log in or create an instructor account by clicking on the tab at the top.    

Links to Andy’s Twitter, Facebook and website for more support and news on this and other books.

A bit of distraction with a fun, printable colouring book by illustrator James Iles to give you a break from all that studying!

To find out more about the book, please visit the SAGE website.


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