How do I request a consulting meeting?
To make a consulting appointment or to get more information please call us at (970) 491-5268 and we will be happy to assist you.
After you have scheduled a meeting with a consultant on a new project, please complete and submit this consulting form at least 24 hours in advance of your appointment so that your consultant can prepare to meet with you.
How is the Stat Lab funded?
Our general consulting time is covered by funding from the Statistics Department, Vice-President for Research, the Experiment Station, and individual users (through grant support and consulting charges) when appropriate. When we go beyond general consulting, we will either charge an hourly rate for smaller projects, create a contract for larger projects, or request support when we participate with a grant.
How much do the Stat Lab’s services cost?
There is generally no charge for CSU faculty, staff and graduate students. There is generally no charge for the consulting service for CSU faculty, staff and graduate students. When we go beyond general consulting, we will either charge an hourly rate for smaller projects, create a contract for larger projects, or request support when we participate with a grant.
Can the Stat Lab help me with computing?
Yes. Users of the statistical programs JMP, R, SAS and SPSS may receive assistance by coming to Room 219 in the Statistics Building. Consulting hours vary on a semester basis, so it is good to call our office at (970) 491-5268 to check on availability of a consultant before coming over. We will attempt to assist with other statistical programs on a case-by-case basis.
Can I get help from the Stat Lab on school projects or homework?
No. To get help on homework, please see the Statistics Department’s tutor list, the TILT tutoring schedule, or your instructor for more resources.
Where is the Stat Lab located?
The Stat Lab is on the second floor of the Statistics Building, located on the south end of the Oval, and in Spruce Hall at the corner of Laurel and College Avenue.
Does the Stat Lab have a Research Resource ID (RRID)?
The Stat Lab Research Resource ID (RRID) is SCR_022005. Please cite or acknowledge us by using this RRID.