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Statistical Expertise
I offer expert level professional consulting in the standard methods such as:
 Regression Analysis
 ANOVA
 logistic regression,
 survival analysis
 cluster analysis
 factor analysis
 principal component analysis
 multidimensional scaling.
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I introduced this series the other day. Next up in the list is "getting help". In both SAS and R, there are...

Often, we want to see whether a variable is distributed normally. For example, we might want to check whether...

I got into a conversation on Twitter (find me there as @peterflomstat) about the userfriendliness of...

When I was in graduate school, one professor actually said "If you don't understand the results, just report...

A frequentist fellow named Smith Kept silent (he pleaded the fifth) When the judge inquired Re assumptions...

Sensitivity and specificity are measures of the effectiveness of a diagnostic test. Most often they are used...

Question: How can any stochastic phenomenon follow a continuous distribution, since the probability of...

When you have bivariate data  that is, data on two variables  either or both may be categorical or...

Often, when reading a statistics book, you will see some variation on the phrase "independent data". Many...

In any form of regression model, we often think of the effects as additive. That is, we suppose that...

This is a talk I've given at Northeast SAS Users Group (NESUG) and at SAS Global Forum (SGF)

These are the slides for a talk at New York Area SAS Users' Group on June 2, 2011.