In addition to our other consulting services, UConn faculty, post-doctoral fellows, research fellows, graduate and undergraduate students may now take advantage of our free online service. Consultants can provide immediate, round-the-clock statistical support for quick questions about grant applications, journal articles, Ph.D. Dissertations, M.S. Theses, and undergraduate research projects.
We have expertise in statistical software, study design, statistical methodology, data analysis and visualization, and reporting of results.
Undergraduate students please note that we will not be able to aid with homework or class projects.
SCS Online Consulting – 2019
- Online service are available during the Fall 2019, beginning August 26, and ending on December 6.
- Use the submission tool to ask a question and upload any supporting documents.
- Questions are typically addressed within 24 hours.
- In specialized cases, it may take up to 3 business days if an area expert is needed.
Use the online consulting form below to ask a question and upload any supporting documents. Questions are typically addressed within 24 hours. In specialized cases, it may take up to 3 business days if an area expert is needed. Larger questions and projects that are deemed too big for a walk-in consultation may be referred for more comprehensive, ongoing consulting available at: http://merlot.stat.uconn.edu/www/consulting/application
Although our consultants can help with formatting data for analyses, we highly recommend that clients attempt to have their data appropriately formatted prior to submission to our service. More information about formatting data and using OpenRefine to clean up data. Examples of wide and long data formats (we recommend one of these be used for submission).
- *SCS is jointly funded by Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR), Dean’s Office of CLAS and CAHNR, School of Pharmacy, & Department of Statistics, UCONN
- **Additionally, we provide comprehensive, ongoing consulting services. For this, please apply online at https://stat.uconn.edu/project-engagement/