Oxford University Statistical Consulting offers a wide range of data-based consultancy services to both internal departments and industry. Please see below to find out more details about the services most relevant to your needs.
For external clients from the private and public sector
We work with you to refine your analysis questions, help you get the most out of your data and draw the correct conclusions from your analysis.
Our services include providing advice on or conducting statistical analyses applying a range of methodologies, survey design including sampling and questionnaire development, data collection, data management, assessments of data quality, visualisation, and communicating results. We also support clients in setting up monitoring and evaluation frameworks and developing evaluation approaches.
We can also provide training in statistical methods or statistical software that will be fully tailored to your organisation’s needs.
Contact us to arrange a meeting with our Director of Statistical Consultancy to discuss your statistical needs and how you can benefit from our services: Dr Cora Mezger, email@example.com.
For Oxford University staff
Our services will enable you to use statistical methods in your research or day-to-day operations in the best way and we can advise of issues such as data collection methods, choice of sample size, analysis and modelling of data, interpretation of findings, communication of results and graphical representations, as well as statistical software enquiries. All our services will be tailored to your specific research question and area of application.
Researchers and DPhil students can schedule a one-on-one appointment with one of our consultants to discuss their specific questions. Contact us to find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oxford Protein Informatics Consultancy
Oxford Protein Informatics Consultancy forms part of the activities carried out by the Oxford Protein Informatics Group. Our Impact Acceleration Software Services specialises in using statistical methods to probe biological molecules such as proteins, with a particular interest in antibodies.
Our software packages, databases, and other resources can help companies at all stages of the antibody development process. The software is completely open access but we offer the services of our Impact Engineer who can offer tailor-made training and support, adjust the software to meet company needs and give access to the expertise of the Oxford Protein Informatics Group.