New York, New York (PressExposure) March 19, 2013 -- The statistical help offered by Statistics Consultation saw an extension in the form of special training sessions for Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The sessions will be launched from April, when many colleges across the world start fresh trimesters. The company, a leader in offering focused statistical assistance aims to provide complete SPSS Help through this initiative.
Students can register for the training sessions by sending a mail with details like name, age, college name, course and location to the project managers at firstname.lastname@example.org. The company is based in New York, USA, and has branches all over the world. Hence, this training will be offered to students across universities in various countries. In fact, professionals can also opt for the training session, as SPSS is an oft needed tool for management planning and market research.
This training will be provided by PhD statisticians, who are not just knowledgeable about the latest versions of SPSS, but are also expert at using the myriad tests and modules that constitute the program. The trainers have been chosen cautiously by the management team at Statistics Consultation, after considering their academic exposure. The mode of training will be a mix of face to face sessions and online training. The latter has been included in the package to enable students, who cannot attend classes.
Starting with selection of tools and tests in SPSS for various studies, the mentors will teach about application of tools, creation of graphs, visual presentation through SPSS, and interpretation of results. With such comprehensive coverage, the company hopes to see high enrolments for the training sessions.
Statistics Consultation is a company dedicated to offering PhD Thesis Statistics Assistance to scholars in various fields. The PhD statisticians associated with the company are experts in using SPSS, SAS, ANOVA, E-views and Stata.
To get assistance from the team for complex statistical problems, students can call at +1 347 460 2899 or send a query through the website.