Personalized, quality statistical editing and consulting services for scientists, students and publishers
Many scientific fields rely on statistical concepts and analytical tools. But for many researchers, their training in the use of inferential statistics might not feel sufficient, or they are increasingly pressed for time to do them. This adds a second hurdle faced by non-native English speakers (ESL), who must also communicate their research internationally in the English language.
Here at Statistical Scientific Editing, the aim is provide you with friendly, professional and timely help in completing your research project and communicating it the best way possible. Both statistical consulting and related English-language editing services of your work are available, to help you succeed. Remember, conducting and reporting statistical analyses properly is an ethical responsibility when doing science. Writing good, clear English alone may not get your paper published if the statistics used are improperly done and reported. Don’t risk giving peer reviewers a further excuse to reject your paper!
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Collectively, these trends worsen an existing reproducibility problem in many scientific fields that rely upon statistical inference. It can lead to published results that have exaggerated support or are completely unfounded (i.e., false-positives). This misuse of statistics leads to unreliable and spurious factual claims that poison the scientific literature, waste limited resources, and further harms the public's trust in the scientific enterprise and the knowledge it provides.
Who can benefit from these services?
Researchers and publishers in academia, and other public and private entities:
Professors facing time constraints and tight deadlines
Graduate-level students (PhD or MSc)
Staff scientists at NGO/NPO insitutions or working in goverment
Independent consultants in various fields (nature conservation, environmental assessments, etc.)
All scientists whose native language is not English (ESL)
Private sector clients who need their data and trends analyzed
Publishing houses and journal editors who must safeguard the quality of their scientific publications