Check out this post from Count Bayesie about understanding variance, covariance, and correlation.
New York Times approachably describes Bayesian Statistics zite.to/1BAtgxk
Nate Silver on Finding a Mentor, Teaching Yourself Statistics, and Not Settling in Your Career zite.to/16w0jT6
Statistical Thinking is not science fiction, but a necessity zite.to/158OYNz
The Risks of Using Spreadsheets for Statistical Analysis zite.to/ZSkc7J
Statistics vs Data Science vs BI zite.to/16i4p75
Free, Upcoming online courses: Data Analysis, R, Statistics, Machine Learning, Analytics zite.to/YFpeQv
While this isn’t the normal sort of thing covered on this site, I thought it was interesting enough to show. Here’s an article that lists the 10 statisticians every psychologist should know. Some of them are definitely relevant to the rest of us.
Here’s a blog post about getting non-stats people interested and informed about the role that statistics play.