I have worked full-time as a statistical consultant since 2009, and have had as clients individuals in the fields of psychology, sociology, marketing, management, economics, medicine, and many others.
I have utilized, among many other methods, regression (linear, logistic, ordered, multinomial, negative binomial, Poisson), structural equation modeling, hierarchical linear modeling, factor analysis, principal components analysis, cluster analysis, time-series analysis, imputing missing data, and simpler statistical methods, such as chi-square, ANOVAs, ANCOVAs, t-tests, correlation coefficients, etc.
I am extremely confident that I can tackle any statistical problem you may have.
I've gained expertise in the fields of quantitative methods and statistics through a combination of undergraduate and graduate coursework, research positions, research I conducted for myself, and through writing in statistics.
I have extensive experience with a wide variety of statistical software programs, including SPSS, SAS, Stata, R, HLM, AMOS, and StatTransfer. I've written over 200,000 lines of Stata, SPSS, and SAS syntax.
I have extensive experience creating, developing, merging, modifying, and converting very large data sets. I have worked with data sets containing 10,000,000+ cases and 10,000+ variables.
I have ten years of quantitative research experience overall.
I have taken extensive statistics and quantitative research methods coursework which is listed in my CV.
I have experience as a statistics tutor.
I have taken coursework in quantitative methods and statistics during my entire tenure as an undergraduate and graduate student, having received a B.A. in Psychology from Binghamton University in 2004, a M.A. in Sociology from the University of Miami in 2006, and a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Connecticut in 2009. I also earned a Certificate in Quantitative Methods from the Department of Psychology of the University of Connecticut in August 2008.
Research and Employment
I have worked in several research positions during my time in graduate school. I was a research assistant at the Institute for Community Research in Hartford, Connecticut where I performed a wide variety of statistical analyses on public health-related data. I was also employed in a number of research assistantships throughout my time in graduate school which focused on the analysis of quantitative data. I have also written a book on statistics which was published by SAGE publications in 2011. I have also previously worked as a statistics tutor.