Our full support analysis package offers comprehensive coverage of all of your data analysis needs for the length of your dissertation. We offer access to this service on a retainer basis. Our standard retainer is $1,000.00. After receiving your retainer we will begin work on all necessary elements, including but not limited to the tasks below. You will have the opportunity to preapprove all work before it is billed against your retainer balance. Analyses will be billed against the retainer at the basic rates, available here. All other services are billed at an hourly rate. Our normal hourly rate is $130.00 per hour, but our full support package discounts that rate to $100.00 per hour. You will never be billed for a service you do not preapprove. Any remaining balance is fully refundable at any time for any reason. If you would like to increase your original retainer to cover additional services you may do so in increments of $500.00 to $1000.00 depending on the size of your project. Please be sure to visit our FAQ page before purchasing a package.
- Planning and preparation consultation
- Developing statistical considerations (statistical hypotheses, statistical methods, appropriate analytic techniques, and sample size justification) for dissertation proposals
- Reviewing methodologies, survey instruments, and datasets
- Data import and formatting
- Statistical analysis of data, including concise written reports with appropriate tables and graphs
- Utilizing statistical software packages, including SPSS, SAS, STATA, R, LISREL/AMOS/EQS for structural equation modeling and others.
- Consultation on interpreting and reporting statistical procedures
- Troubleshooting issues with in-progress analyses
- Reviewing your results and interpretation
- Developmental editing to method and results chapters
- Formatting your statistical results
- Assistance with preparing for your oral defense
- Reviewing and interpreting committee feedback
- PhD-level feedback and consultation on the strength of your content
Discuss your project with a PhD-level statistical analyst