Looking for help with statistics? You’re in the right place!
There are resources available to you through the university and department.
- The library has a data analyst on-site that can help with a wide variety of statistics questions (if you would like to book an appointment with them please click here).
- Your supervisor and committee members are great sources of knowledge for many areas of statistics!
- The department also has very dedicated professors and upper-year PhD students that are willing to help. Below are a list of individuals willing to help, what they consult in, as well as how to set up an appointment with them.
Offers consultations on: ANOVAs, t-Tests, confidence intervals, effect sizes and Bayes factors
To schedule an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Offers consultations on: ANOVA, t-tests, normality testing, erlebacher test, regressions, correlations, chi-squares, and Bayesian
To schedule an appointment please email email@example.com
Offers consultations on: Assumptions testing, multilevel modelling, R wrangling, PSYC*6380 content, effect sizes and confidence intervals.
To schedule an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Offers consultations on: Sample size planning, SEM, multi-level modeling, regression, and time series.
To schedule an appointment please email email@example.com
Offers consultations on: Structural equation modeling, serial and simple mediation, t-test (paired, independent groups), ANOVAs (one-way, N-Way/CRF, split-plot (between-within)), linear and multiple regression, and power analysis.
To schedule an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Offers consultations on: Multilevel statistics, structural equation modelling and measurement.
To schedule an appointment please email email@example.com
Offers consultations on: confidence intervals, t-test, ANOVA, and multiple regression.
For consultations, please attend office hours Fridays 5-6PM on Zoom (bit.ly/zoom2david). Office hours start March 31.