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I'm a statistical consultant to graduate students and researchers in fields including the behavioral and health sciences. I've assisted with review of articles, and with preparation of grants, dissertations and papers.


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reviewed No Action Needed Comparing the mean difference between data measured by different equipment, t-test suitable?
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revised Inconsistent x-y relationship from paired t-test and linear regression
Responded to comment, fixed post
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comment Inconsistent x-y relationship from paired t-test and linear regression
Good point @MichaelMayer I will modify my answer.
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answered Inconsistent x-y relationship from paired t-test and linear regression
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reviewed Leave Open Compare coefficients from two separate panel regressions in Stata
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reviewed No Action Needed Prediction of continuous variable using “bnlearn” package in R
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comment Two groups are significantly different? Test to use
Then the t-test isn't appropriate.
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answered Two groups are significantly different? Test to use
Jul
22
comment Capturing Seasonality in Multiple Regression for daily data
How much data have you got? How many years worth? Do you have data on anything like temperature? What is the rest of your model like? What are your DV and IVs?
Jul
22
revised Capturing Seasonality in Multiple Regression for daily data
added time series tag
Jul
22
reviewed Reviewed Use of multiple regression for data on 20 countries representing nearly the whole population
Jul
22
reviewed Leave Closed Career as statistician vs software engineer?
Jul
22
answered dummy variables with overlapping categories?
Jul
21
answered How to cope with missing data in logistic regression?
Jul
21
comment How to cope with missing data in logistic regression?
This sounds to me more like a missing data problem than a censoring problem.
Jul
21
comment Comparing file sizes day on day for outliers, what test to use?
Have you tried looking at the outliers tag?
Jul
21
reviewed Close Increase plot graphic details in R
Jul
21
reviewed Close Obtain resulting table to plot graphics in R
Jul
21
reviewed Looks OK How do I group a list of numeric values into ranges?
Jul
21
comment Ordinal Logistic Model
If your dependent variable has only 2 levels you want regular logistic regression. If there is also a third level (probably a 0 for no participation) then ordinal logistic is certainly a good starting place.