Stats Assistance at MSU
The Center for Statistical Training and Consulting (CSTAT) is a professional service and research unit at Michigan State University. CSTAT supports research and provides training and consulting in statistics for faculty, staff, and graduate students. Fees are normally not charged to on-campus users.
CSTAT provides consultation on the following:
- Research design/experiments/surveys
- Assistance with grant proposals
- Selection of appropriate statistical methods and software
- Statistical analysis
- Interpretation of results
- Presentation of results
CSTAT also sponsors free training workshops in statistical methodology, with topics ranging from basic to advanced. There are 10-12 workshops per academic year, as well as a few during the summer semester.
Bruce Weaver's Page of Statistics Resources Not much information here about Bruce or why he posts and updates the list, but there is a very long list of useful links about statistics.
Web Pages that Perform Statistical Calculations This site, created and maintained by John C. Pezzullo, contains links to interactive web pages that perform statistical calculations. Together they comprise a powerful, conveniently-accessible, and free multi-platform statistical software package. This page also contains links to several web-based statistical textbooks.
Other Guides to Education Statistics
Google's Top Ed. Statistics Sites
Information About MSU
Enrollment and Term End Reports The Registrar's Office posts statistics about students and their grades. Information available back to 1996.
Office of Planning and Budgets InfoPages The InfoPages are a complex database of information about the university budget, faculty, courses, degrees conferred, students and credit hours.
For more complete information see the guide to MSU Information.