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Statistical analysis refers to the tools and techniques which bring meaning to data, drawing out insights, solutions and evidence. Generally, this involves inspecting, cleaning and transforming the data to generate useful and relevant results which are backed up by scientific and mathematical rigor.
The assistance we have provided has ranged across general data analysis from small data packets to processing large and complex data sets, statistical modeling (particularly in a medical context),through application and analysis to final report, time series, simulation studies, longitudinal data analysis, survival models and randomisation tests.
The statistical analysis services we offer will unlock the true potential of your data and help you and your organisation realise the benefits locked within!
An important aspect of descriptive statistics, summary statistics are used to summarise and communicate the largest amount of data in the simplest way possible.
Summary statistics give you the important headlines from your data making it ideal for presenting your results in a simple and effective way, whether as part of a presentation, a report or a poster. The outputs can be matched to both your needs and data-set and we always guide you through the results when they have been generated to ensure you fully understand what they mean!
Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA)
Exploratory by name and exploratory by nature. EDA, rather than being a defined set of tools or techniques, is a statistical philosophy aimed at realising the full potential of data without assigning strict models or making assumptions.
EDA allows the data to speak for itself, and through visualisation techniques we can determine which models may apply, which relationships may exist within it and what further questions it may hold.
EDA is an ideal way of exploring and understanding what may be complex systems. The outputs generated are often in terms of plots and designed such that they intuitively appeal to our natural pattern recognition abilities. As always, our consultants are always on hand to explain exactly what is going on should you need any further help.
Formal Statistical Analysis
Ranging from hypothesis testing to predictive modeling, formal statistical analysis is the purest form of statistics. Used when specific questions need to be answered, these analyses consider multiple variables and require detailed understanding of the question and the environment in which it applies.
The most important aspect of any statistical work is making sure that the answer you are looking for can be solved using the question you have asked and the data you have collected!
If you are unsure that your study question can be answered by your data, we greatly encourage you to contact us and discuss your case with us. There is nothing worse than collecting data and then realising it doesn’t answer the question you want!