Appointments/Information: (970) 491-5268
Computer Program questions:(970) 491-6568
GENERAL STATISTICAL CONSULTING
The laboratory provides general statistical consulting to researchers from every college at the University. Conducting approximately 1000 consulting sessions each year, consultants offer advice ranging from the planning and design of experiments to the analysis and interpretation of experimental results. There is no charge to CSU faculty, staff and graduate students for consultations. Call 491-5268 to schedule appointments.
After you have scheduled a meeting with a consultant on a new project, you are asked to complete this consulting form. Please email a copy to Stats_ddp@mail.colostate.edu, fax a copy to 970-491-1084, or print and bring with you to the appointment.
Faculty consultants are:
Dr. Phil Chapman , General consulting and Experiment Station projects
Dr. Ann Hess, General consulting and bioinformatics, microarray analysis, proteomics
Mr. Jim zumBrunnen, General consulting and data analysis projects
Several advanced graduate students are also available for consultation.
Statistics majors perform about 500 hours of data analysis work on research projects each year. Projects involve the preparation of control statements to run statistical programs on the computer. Typical analyses include survey analysis, regression analysis, analysis of variance, and multivariate analysis. Please schedule an appointment with Jim zumBrunnen or other available general consultant. There is an hourly charge for work done by the data analysts but no charge for the consulting time to CSU faculty, staff an graduate students.
STATISTICAL PROGRAM CONSULTING
Users of the statistical program packages listed below may receive assistance by calling 491-6568 or by coming to Room 219 in the Statistics Building. Consulting hours vary on a semester basis, so it is good to call 491-6568 or 491-5268 to check on availability of a consultant before coming over. There is no charge for this service to CSU faculty, staff and graduate students.
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