Statistical training and consulting for the environmental sciences and natural resources. From Singapore to South Dakota, our courses have enabled scientists to build better regression models, test for trends, see multivariate patterns, and correctly interpret nondetect (censored) data.
To train scientists in air, water, soil, and biological sciences to "make sense of your data".
NEW: webinars and in-person classes for 2013
Enhance your skills and ability to make sense of your data.
NADA for Minitab version 3.1 is now available in our Downloads section.
Dennis Helsel is now writing a column on data analysis for Applied NAPL Science Review (ANSR). If you're interested in interpreting organics in groundwater, you can download ANSR here:
Our ebook The Unofficial Users Guide to ProUCL4 is available for download to Kindle and the Kindle app for iOS, Android, Macintosh and Windows. UUG4 is a concise, easy to read guide to USEPA's free software for estimating the UCL95, the statistic used in many regulatory applications. Like a “home inspector” when purchasing a home, it looks for areas that are, and are not, performing well. It informs the reader of both so that you are able to best use this software with your data. UUG4 enables you to make sense of ProUCL4's output, and of your data.$2.99 on Amazon's Kindle store.
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We've provided statistical training for the environmental sciences and natural resources since 1990 in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. We hold Ph.D.'s in statistics and environmental science, but clearly communicate information to the working scientist. We make statistics current, accurate, and practical.
In addition to our public courses announced here, we hold onsite courses directly for agencies and companies. To inquire about holding a course (typically 20 or more students) at your location, email us.