Some reasons to use our services: - Data processing supervised by senior lecturer of statistics and methodology courses in postgraduate school.
- The results of data processing are given a detailed interpretation that can be used as the main component of chapter four or chapter of results and discussion
- Affordable cost and are paid after the results are emailed, so that students do not bear the risk of losing the money.
Usually the data processing is a multiple linear regression analysis, analysis ofvariance (ANOVA), experimental design (design of experiment), the analysis of simultaneous equation models, structural equation modeling (SEM), linear programming models or other quantitative models. In general, research with quantitative methods include a series of tests and data analysis include: testing the research instrument or questionnaire (test reliabilityand test validity), test the basic assumptions(normality test, homogeneity, linearity), test the assumptions of classical deviations(multicollinearity, Heteroskedasticity, Autocorrelation), Linear Regression, Path Analysis, Structural Equation Modeling(SEM). Common Statistical MethodsSome of the more common statistical methods that I use are listed below. Follow the links for tutorial topics on these tests. - T-Test
- Paired T-test
- Chi-Square Test
- ANOVA
- ANCOVA
- MANOVA
- Repeated Measures ANOVA
- Factor Analysis
- Cluster Analysis
- Linear Regression
- Logistic Regression
- Correlation
- Mann-Whitney test
- Kruskal-Wallis test
- Wilcoxon Signed-Ranks test
- McNemar's Test
- Friedman's Test
- Survival Analysis
To request a data processing service, you simply send via email your data and the analysis you or your professor wants.The results of the analysis will be presented with detailed explanation in writing. Armed with experience as a consultant and lecturer of research methods, managerial economics, statistics and econometrics in postgraduate school, I am sure I can solve research problems that you face. Email: ahlidata@gmail.com PIN BlackBerry : 26B6 EC7A |