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<h2>Find the Stat Studio at:</h2> <blockquote> <p><strong><a href="http://www.cehs.usu.edu/StatStudio" rel="nofollow">www.cehs.usu.edu/StatStudio</a></strong></p> </blockquote> <p>The <strong>Statistical Consulting Studio</strong> offers training on topics outside of our workshops for small groups of students and/or faculty. </p> <p>This training could be for a specific type of analysis (eg. Cox regression for survival time) or a type of task in a specific software program (eg. Re-shaping data between long and wide format in R). </p> <p>Requests may come from graduate students or faculty members. We ask that at least 4 participants attend and sessions be kept to 2-3 hours. </p> <p><em>The Stat Studio does not provide consultation for course-related projects or tutoring.</em></p> <p>Please email <strong>StatStudio@usu.edu</strong> to request a specific small group training session. Include details regarding the topic desired and the intended audience (names & departments), as well as preferred days and times. Please allow for 4 weeks of preparation time in advance of the small group training. Scheduling will depend on consultant workload.</p>
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