Welcome to Practical Stats
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.
(pull out the information — the trees — from the fog)
— Minitab version 18 macros for analysis of data with nondetects. Go to our NADA Downloads page
We provide online on-demand courses, as well as on-site training for agencies and companies. We also regularly present webinars on a variety of topics related to environmental statistics. See our Training Page
for registration and course details. To inquire about holding a course (typically 20 or more students) at your location, email us
We work with business and government agencies to analyze data, write guidance or technical reports, and work alongside your employees to upgrade their knowledge of applied statistics. See our Consulting page
for more information.
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.
There are no advertisements.
Graphs only display the graphic, with no hidden functions.
If you send us email using our Contact Us page, we will respond to your email, which requires us to save your email address. Your email address is never provided to any other party or person.
If you send us email requesting an answer, you may receive occasional emails from us announcing information on environmental statistics (no more than 3 per year, usually less). In your Contact Us email you may request that we do not add you to our occasional information list, and your email address will not be saved — but you will not get useful information from us on environmental statistics.
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