About Usable Statistics
All content on Usable Statistics is provided and updated by Jeff Sauro.
Jeff received his Masters in Education with a focus in Statistical Concepts from Stanford University.
He is a Six Sigma Black-Belt trained statistical analyst and has taught and used statistics as a professional
for over 10 years in companies such as General Electric, Intuit and Oracle.
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- Sauro, & J. Lewis, J.R. (2012) "Quantifying the User Experience: Practical Statistics for User Research " Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
- Sauro, J. (2006) "Why a Completion Rate is Better with a Confidence Interval" in the Usability Professional's Association: UPA VOICE June 2006
- Lewis, J.R. & Sauro, J. (2006) "When 100% Really Isn't 100%: Improving the Accuracy of Small-Sample Estimates of Completion Rates" in Journal of Usability Studies Issue 3, Vol. 1, May 2006, pp. 136-150
- Sauro, J & Lewis, J R (2005) " Estimating Completion Rates from Small Samples using Binomial Confidence Intervals: Comparisons and Recommendations" in Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (HFES 2005) Orlando, FL
- (2008) Binomial Confidence Intervals Tutorial: The Adjusted Wald Formula Invited Speaker for the American Socierty of Quality (ASQ) Boulder Chapter, Boulder CO February, 2008
- (2008) Confidence Intervals: Computations & Considerations Invited Speaker for the American Socierty of Quality (ASQ) Denver Chapter, Denver CO Jan, 2008.