About

Welcome to the Statistical Consulting Center homepage! As a professional service we offer statistical consulting on the design and analysis of research projects to faculty and students of Plymouth State University and its partners. We also seek to develop long-term collaborative research efforts.

Our services are available at any stage of research including planning, proposal writing, design, analysis or the final written presentation of the results. We invite researchers working on grant proposals to include statistical consulting and date-analysis as an item in their research plans.

This is NOT a tutoring service, but rather a resource for faculty, students and their partners engaged in research.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Linear Models and Regression
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Experimental Design
  • Multivariate Statistics
  • Categorical Data Analysis
  • Data Mining

…and many others! Ask!

Statistical Software:

  • Minitab
  • SPSS
  • R
  • MATLAB
  • Excel
  • Weka
  • ArcGIS

The Statistical Consulting Center is located in the Mathematics Department on the third floor of Hyde Hall, room 305. Phone: (603)535-2970.

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