(PRWEB) September 02, 2013
If one were to browse through the website Statistics Consultation, they would be able to find plenty of information on statistics and other related topics under the newly introduced Tutorials section. This firm that provides statistical help for academic research does a lot more than simply analyse data for PhD candidates. They also impart knowledge on various academic issues that is useful even for those who are not doing their post graduations or their doctorates.
The Tutorials section contains topics like exploring the structure and contents of a data set, examples of simple and multiple regressions, analyzing patterns of missing data and copying syntax commands from SPSS output. There are many applications currently in use in market for conducting statistical research. Software like SPSS is quite popular for analyzing data. However, there are many researchers who are still unaware on how the applications are to be used. This unfortunately prevents them from fully exploiting the benefits that these applications have to offer. It is this information gap that Statistics Consultation aims to close.
By offering plenty of information on their site on matters related to the field of statistics as well as the software used to carry out that research, Statistics Consultation is providing a valuable service to students and scholars. Many of the articles contain step by step details on how to use a certain aspect of the application. Researchers can follow these steps when they are handling the applications in their daily work life. New articles are being added to the database all the time. Visitors on the website would do well to keep visiting the site at regular intervals so that they can read any new topic that they come across and would be of interest to them.
Statistics Consultation is one of the leading firms in the field of academic assistance. Their teams of professional statisticians, data entry operators and research experts have helped innumerable students in US and Canada. To contact them one can send an email to info(at)statistics-consultation(dot)com.