Dissertation Pal Introduces Statistics Help for Doctoral Candidates

The service is provided by seasoned statisticians who help students manage big data with the latest statistical tools.

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(PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Dissertation Pal has started a new statistical help service for PhD students. The company announced this new service at a press conference yesterday. The service that the company is introducing includes help with the use of SPSS, STATA and E-Views. These are the applications that are currently in vogue for statistical analysis. The service is offered at a moderate price.

A spokesperson at the conference said that students were finding it increasingly difficult to accumulate, manage and interpret vast quantities of data that are required for thesis work. Even though there were many tools and programs that they could use, applying them with accuracy also proved to be a challenge. It is for this reason that the company decided to get on board many seasoned statisticians and develop a statistical help service. Many of the statisticians who have been recruited are PhDs themselves.

The service is wide in scope and includes data management, running tests and providing an interpretation report. The company also offers help with writing the report in the approved format for an additional payment. In this regard, the company has expertise in using academic formats, such as the APA style. The spokesman said that with the help of this new service, students would be able to conduct data analysis with perfection.

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Dissertation Pal was founded in 2006 by Robert McGain, Puneet Chaddha and Steffi Loretti with the purpose of providing academic support to university students. The company is based in Fresh Meadows, New York and can be contacted at (518) 893-1911.


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