Dissertation statistics help is a click away! Free online resources, video tutorials, free dissertation templates, SPSS tutoring, research design help, statistics analyses, dissertation newsletters, and much more. Another semester is coming to an end, and you’re not quite there yet. Most students can really help with the proposal (especially chapter 3) and the results chapter 4. Let’s talk about these both.
For the proposal, the main sticking points are the research questions, data analysis plan, sample size justification, and research design. For the research design, I’ve found Research Methods Knowledge Base to be a great free resource, and if you don’t have Creswell’s book, Research design: qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches, get it. When it comes to dissertation statistics help, students don’t realize the following sequence:
Aligning theoretical framework, gathering articles, synthesizing gaps, articulating a clear methodology and data plan, and writing about the theoretical and practical implications of your research are part of our comprehensive dissertation editing services.
Clear research questions – data analysis plan – sample size justification (or power analysis)
Research questions need to be written in statistical language. For some current news examples, (1) is there a relationship between party affiliation (republican vs. democrat) and the government shutdown (yes vs. no)? (2) Does the use of Twitter predict anger in Libya, or (3) are there differences on gold prices by debt fears? These words relationship, predict, and differences infer that you want a data analysis plan with correlations/chi-square, regression analysis, and ANOVA. The data plan needs also to talk about the assumptions of these analyses, and justification why these are the appropriate analysis. Based on the statistical analysis, the sample size can be determined. Each analysis has its own sample size justification. A great free sample size calculator is G-power or if you want a quick write-up you can go to https://www.statisticssolutions.com/free-resources/ where you pick the analysis and the justification is written for you (it’s cheap, quick, and you’re not spending a month figuring it out or paying someone $1000 for it).
Chapter 4: Getting the Dissertation Statistics Help You Need
Statistical help for a dissertation means graduate students get the help to selecting the correct statistical tests and assumptions, conducting the right analyses, the right interpretation, and the presenting the results in the right (usually APA 6th edition) format. Statistics Solutions (the company I have operated for 18 years) have the right research design experience (our Ph.D.’s are in Clinical Psychology and Statistics) expertise in SPSS (we even sell SPSS for about $100), and formatting and teaching experience to assist you. The company has online video tutorials that show you how to conduct, interpret, and report the analyses. We have APA editors or you can visit sites like Purdue University’s great website for APA formatting. We also consult with your qualitative analysis as well as your quantitative analyses.
Final thoughts on Dissertation Statistics Help
Dissertation statistics can be tricky (especially time-series, cluster analysis, SEM and CFA’s). As with anything you read or purchase, check the company out. For example, we have Ph.D.’s (I have my Ph.D. from Miami U in Ohio) and been through the rigorous process, we do our work in-house, we have a references of previous students, and registered with the BBB (an A+ rating) .
Dr. James Lani, Ph.D.
CEO, Statistics Solutions