Data Services Consultations
Statistical consulting (pilot) for graduate and undergraduate students.
In support of social distancing, all of our workshops and consultations will be offered remotely until such time as the library and the university revert to normal operations. When you schedule a consultation we will reply with instructions on how to connect remotely.
- Drop-in hours are Monday to Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m during the term--check back here in the next few days for instructions on how to "drop in" remotely during the Spring Term. During finals week and between terms, please schedule an appointment through the link above.
- Location: Remote for now. Normally, Data Services desk (Knight Library main floor, in the back, to the right of the central stairway).
- Consultation support for R, Python, statistics, SPSS, Stata, relational databases (SQL) as well as other software and tools on request.
- Each of our consultants have different strengths. Scroll to the bottom of this page to learn more about each consultant.
- Need an appointment outside times available through the link above, or just need to ask a question? No problem! Email: DataServices@uoregon.edu
Research data management and reproducibility best practices consulting for faculty, students, and staff.
- Data management plans: If you have questions or would like a review of a data management plan before submitting it with a grant proposal, contact us. We've reviewed numerous plans, and can put you in touch with other university staff who can help address your questions.
- Best practices, tools, resources: we can consult with you or your research team, and present in-depth training or short tutorials on tools and resources.
- Email: ResearchDataMgmt@uoregon.edu or use schedule appointment button at top of page.
Meet the Consultants
Jay Matonte is a 2nd year graduate student in the Planning, Policy, and Public Management department obtaining concurrent masters degrees in Community and Regional Planning and Public Administration. Before coming to the University of Oregon, Jay attended Montana State University and obtained a M.S. in Applied Economics with a concentration in developmental economics. Currently, Jay studies economic development, Opportunity Zones, and real estate economics.
Expanding Software Interests
Yuan Fang is a third year international PhD student in archaeology. She speaks both Mandarin and English. Her master's thesis was on the prevalence of horse mortuary figures in the Han Dynasty tombs in China. Yuan's current research focuses on artistic designs on Chinese bronze vessels from the Xia, Shang, and Zhou dynasties using social network analysis. Yuan was a statistics minor during undergraduate period and has been using R to solve research questions in various disciplines including geography, sociology, and anthropology.
- Linear Regression
- Cluster Analysis
Alicia DeLouize is a 3rd year PhD Student in Biological Anthropology who has previously completed a Master’s in Psychological Science. Her main lines of research are global health and human evolutionary biology. Currently, she is focusing on the evolution of the biomolecular mechanisms behind aging and lifespan length. By taking a multidisciplinary approach, she uses human biology and health, psychology, anthropology, sociology, and evolutionary systems to understand health and disease at the microbiological, personal, and population levels. You can follow her work at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alicia_Delouize2.
- Data Management (Excel/Access/Electronic Data Capture)
- Scale Development
- General Linear Model (t-test, ANOVA, regression, ect.)
- Generalized Linear Model (log, logit, probit, ect.) Nonparametric Statistics (Chi-squared, Kruskal-Wallis, Mann-Whitney U, ect.)
- Structural Equation Modeling
- Latent Variable Analysis
- Factor Analysis (PCA, PFA, EFA, ect.)
- Multilevel Modeling
- Mixed-Effect Models
- Phylogenetic Analysis
- Longitudinal and Survival Analyses
- Complex Samples
- Power Analysis