The Data Science and Analytics 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 DSA staff. To get a sense of our perspective on the field of statistics, what it is, what it is not, follow this link.
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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 or ask a specific question, use the link below.
✓ 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 Data Science and Analytics had been listed in the references or works cited section of a published work. Data Science and Analytics personnel have even been listed as co-authors, but only when they have provided extensive services on a research project. For more information on providing credit; see here.
- On the form located at this link, be sure to type "DSA Question" or "DSA Appointment Request" in the subject line to ask a question or request an appointment: DSA Formal Request for Services
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