Statistical Analysis

Struggling with the statistical analysis component of your dissertation or thesis? Get the help you need to produce a high-quality, rigorous piece of research.

Statistical analysis

What does this service involve?

Our statistical analysis service is designed to help you develop a rigorous piece of research for your dissertation or thesis, without you having to be an expert in statistical analysis software such as SPSS or STATA. Simply provide your raw data to us and we will clean the data and run the relevant statistical tests, in line with your chosen methodology, research aims and objectives.

Which tests can you do?

We can assist with all common statistical tests, including:

  • Basic descriptive statistics (means, medians, modes, etc.)
  • Analysis of variance (ANOVA, MANOVA, ANCOVA)
  • T-tests (group differences)
  • Chi-squared tests
  • Factor analysis
  • Mann–Whitney U tests
  • Correlation analysis
  • Rank correlation
  • Regression analysis
  • Time series analysis
  • Conjoint analysis

How does it work?

To run your analyses, we’ll need to understand your research aims and objectives, as well as your intended methodology. We’ll then take your raw data, run the relevant tests, and provide you with a detailed report of all the outcomes. If the test results suggest the need for additional types of analyses, we’ll let you know and suggest a path forward. We can also help you understand and interpret the data if you need.

If you don’t yet have raw data (i.e. still need to undertake your survey), we can also assist you with survey design and hosting.

How do I get started?

Every research project is different and has unique requirements. Therefore, the first step is to have a free initial consultation about your intended research and specific requirements. Based on this, we will then propose a plan of action along with a quotation.

To get started, simply submit your details below or book a consultation call here.

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