Examples of how we have helped
Over the years, the work of the Statistics Consultancy Desk has been very diverse, both in terms of statistical topics and application areas.
|Examples of statistical topics
||Examples of application areas
- design of questionnaires,
- experimental design,
- logistic regression,
- mixture models,
- matched pairs,
- categorical data analysis,
- bootstrap methods,
- stratified sampling, and
- spatial analysis.
- face recognition,
- binge drinking,
- dolphin behaviour,
- text processing,
- genetic algorithms,
- use of foreign words by non-native speakers,
- the internal consistency of questionnaire responses, and
- health and wellbeing issues such as breastfeeding, prostate cancer, and clinical trials of Viagra,
Some enquiries have led to long-term collaborations involving joint publications and research grants. Topics include yeast prions, diseases of parrots, tiger conservation, and historical economic time series.
We can’t help with advice on coursework or exercises related to taught modules. Instead, you should contact the Maths and Stats Clinic.
Whilst we try to provide helpful advice, we are not able to provide formal statistical approval for research proposals or other forms.
Whilst we can offer advice on data analysis, we are not able to undertake the analysis itself.
Though we try to provide help with a range of computing applications/systems, we do not have expertise in every such application/system.
Stats Desk is not able to provide advice to people who are not members of the University of Kent.