Please recall that links to external sites open in new browser tabs, and are not part of this project.
The books and articles in this list are ordered alphabetically by the last name of the first author. We give the author, title, and date of initial publication only; we have not tried to keep up with the myriad editions and re-printings, or the ever-changing names and websites of the publishers. Often older works have different publishers at different times, and sometimes works originally in print are now available online. The links give Google search results for the title and author, which should give ample information for obtaining the works.
As a Google search will tell you, the number of websites related to probability, mathematical statistics, and stochastic processes is simply bewildering. In our short list, we give only sites that are mature, stable, actively maintained, avoid proprietary plug-ins, and are freely available, or those that have a special relevance for this project.
These are sites that provide course materials, usually expository text, graphics, data sets, and apps.
These are sites that serve primarily as libraries of data sets.
These are sites that provide tools for performing statistical procedures (in some cases online).
These are sites for organizations and journals in probability and statistics.
There are incalculable resources in the human spirit, once it has been set free—Hubert Humphrey