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The statisticians at THESIS GUIDANCE assist you in selecting and employing the best methods for obtaining and analyzing data any data-related objective, this is generally an objective to find an answer to a question. The subject area could be almost anything, such as education, mass communication, history, business management, economics, engineering, business analytics, or a science.
Statisticians will provide assistance in the following:
• Quantitative data analysis
• Qualitative data analysis
• Parametric Statistical Tests
• Non-Parametric Statistical Tests
• Descriptive Statistics
• Inferential Statistics
• Assistance in chapter ‘Methodological procedures’
• Writing chapter ‘Analysis and Interpretation of data’
• Consulting
You can approach our statisticians at any stage of the academic research to:
• Assist you in designing the study – Hypotheses, selection and justification of data
  collection methods
• Determining the size and volume of data required for the study
• Determine the number of different groups required for comparison
• Navigate you through large data sets to arrive at specific solutions
• Provide assistance during procedural error or missing data
• Formulation of research methods for analysis of data
• Conducting accurate data analysis and tables, and graphs
• Weigh the merits and drawbacks of different possible actions on data
• Verification based on objectives earlier framed for the study
• Assist you in interpreting and reporting the results of analysis
• Provide assistance in drawing conclusions and writing discussion based on the
  findings of the study
• Assist you in preparing for your oral defense meeting during seminars,
  presentations, and viva-voce
Statistical tools used by our statisticians to analyse data:
We offer end-to-end solutions for academic research. Our statisticians use the latest versions of software like IBM SPSS, STATA, SAS, and Eviews.
Ethics of our statistical consulting:
Our statisticians are guided by professionalism and scientific ethics, who promote the integrity of the data analysis and conclusions.
Sometimes the results of a valid statistical analysis may not match to the expectations of the research scholar; however, pressuring a statistical consultant to achieve a predetermined outcome might adversely affect the validity of research results as well as the statistician’s credibility. Our statisticians do not guarantee that the results of an analysis will be exactly what were earlier hoped.
A professional with a thorough understanding of statistical methods is best-equipped to establish and defend valid conclusions from the data and study design, as well as to identify and give explanation to any limitations so as to draw the conclusions..