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Recommendations from Dr. Dave Chaffey, CEO of Smart Insights, on the top 10 free sources for Global, European, UK, US, Asia and Latin America digital marketing statistics. Initially prepared for online marketers who love statistics about digital marketing, but useful to many others.
This website by the University of Otago boasts a number of video presentations about real studies, based on real world examples. Each video details the study and the statistical methods and analyses used. The study data in downloadable format is also provided alongside the video.
The videos are highly useful when learning about how to apply statistical analyses to real-life data.
This educational content can freely be used by teachers and lecturers, as well as interested individuals. As a general guideline, these videos are mostly on high school and university undergraduate level, although they can be enjoyed by all.
This Spanish-language MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) is completely free. This statistics course is especially oriented towards statistical literacy. It is geared towards high-school level, but can be enjoyed by all.