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Statistical Software Support and Consulting: Statistical Consulting

Walk-in Hours

For quick help with short questions regarding statistical analysis, stop by during walk-in hours. No appointment is needed.

Howe Library, Room 115:
Thursdays, 2:00 - 4:00 pm.

Dana Library, Conference Room:
Wednesdays, 2:00 - 4:00 pm.

Appoinments

Researchers requiring more time or a different time to discuss the statistical analysis needs of their project can seek an appointment for a virtual or in-person consultation.

Howe librarySchedule Appointment

Dana libraryRequest for assistance form

OnlineSchedule Appointment

Statistical Consulting

Statistical Software Support and Consulting Services are available to students, postdocs, and researchers at UVM. I provide help with:

  • Data management (formatting, coding, screening)
  • Experimental design
  • Survey design
  • Selection of appropriate statistical methodology
  • Help with power and sample size calculations
  • Interpretation of results of analyses
  • Assistance in responding to reviewers' comments
  • Installation/licensing of statistical software packages
  • Programming assistance

Assistance is available at all stages of your research. You are encouraged to contact a consultant at the beginning of your study. First consultations typically last from 30 minutes to one hour. Follow-up consultations are usually necessary.

These services are provided free. Services include guidance on and discussion of the best statistical approach as well as help with trouble shooting and interpretation. For researchers seeking complete analyses by a statistician, please contact the Biomedical Statistics Research Core.

Contact

Office:   Howe Library, Room 115
Phone:   802-656-2009
Email:  maria.sckolnick@uvm.edu