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.

Our Mission
To train scientists in air, water, soil, and biological sciences to make sense of your data.

Training Courses
We provide online on-demand courses in Environmental Statistics at our Online Training Center. See our Training Page for course details.

Webinars Up Next:
To be notified of our free occasional webinars, sign up on our News page and we'll send you an opt-in link to receive notices.
See our Past Webinars Page for details on past webinars available for viewing. Recordings of technical webinars are available on our Online Training Center as "free courses". Our Videos page has less-technical, general interest videos.

Also of Interest
The 2020 version of the classic textbook Statistical Methods in Water Resources is now available as
1. a free download. See the link on our Books page
2. an inexpensive hardcopy sold by the US Geological Survey, at https://store.usgs.gov/product/533012

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Experience
We've provided statistical training for the environmental sciences and natural resources since 1990 in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. See our credentials page and Dennis Helsel's publications list on ResearchGate. We clearly communicate information to the working scientist. We make statistics current, accurate, and practical.


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