R&SS Consultation • Request for Appointment

Consulting a Research Expert

The R&SS team offers support for all your research needs using the means we have available. Although our group currently comprises personnel with a social science background, techniques are not specific to a single discipline. We support faculty, staff and students from many domains of research – from simple requests regarding descriptive measures to structural equation models and Bayesian methods. 

NOTE 1: Time and resources do not permit staff members to teach the basics of statistical analysis; having introductory statistics knowledge is strongly recommended before embarking on any research project or booking a consulation with the R&SS staff. To get a sense of our perspective on the field of statistics, what it is, what it is not, follow this link.

Read FAQs, then Contact Us
While answers to most questions can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions, if a question you have is not answered there or anywhere else on the site, please contact us. If after reading the FAQs and reviewing our web pages, you are ready for a consultation, to request specific software, or ask a specific question, click the specific link below that best fits your need.

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✓  I have basic/introductory statistics knowledge.

✓  I have read the FAQs.

✓  I am a UNT full-time faculty member or currently enrolled student.

NOTE 2:  Responses may take up to two days. Once your requested is received, you will be contacted through email to schedule an appointment if you have requested one.

Please consider: students, faculty, staff, and administrators who have benefitted from our services in the past have provided credit to us in their published work. Often credit has been expressed as a formal acknowledgement near the front matter of published work. Equally often a formal citation of Research and Statistical Support had been listed in the references or works cited section of a published work. Research and Statistical Support personnel have even been listed as co-authors, only when they have provided extensive services on a research project. 

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