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David W. Coon, PhD
David.W.Coon@asu.edu
602-496-0763
Associate Dean, R.I.S.E and Professor
HLTHS 216

Diane Kapp
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602-496-1735
Administrative Specialist
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Deb Fisher
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602-496-0931
Asst Director, Research Advancement
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602-496-0196
Research Advancement Administrator, Pre-Award focus
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Pam Winfrey
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Research Advancement Administrator, Post-Award focus
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Jeffrey Walker
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602-496-1690
Business Operations Specialists, Sr.

Michael W. Todd, PhD
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602-496-0917
Associate Research Professor
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602-496-0845
Grants Editor
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Online Channels on Statistics and Research Methods

Official channels of statistics software

JMPSoftwareFromSAS
Note: Official SAS/JMP channel with videos ranging from JMP tutorials to JMP advertisements/commercials.

SAS Software
Note: Official SAS Youtube channel with videos ranging from SAS tutorials to SAS advertisements/commercials.

Stata
Note: Official Stata channel.

General statistical methods

Andy Field
Note: Accompanying website for Discovering Statistics Using SPSS. The channel, just like the book, is comprehensive covering many commonly used statistics tools. Webcasts of full lectures are also included.

Recommended for: Beginners and intermediate users of statistics using SPSS as the analytical tool.

econometricsacademy

Note: More of a focus on econometrics. This channel covers a variety of quantitative methods using multiple statistics software programs: SAS, SPSS, Stata and R.

Recommended for intermediate to advanced users of statistics.

Phil Chan
Note: Lists of videos covering introductory statistics: Data entry and preparation, descriptive statistics, testing of means, correlations and basic graphical presentation of data.

Recommended for: Beginners of statistics using either SPSS or R as the analytical tool.


ProfessorParris
Note: A faculty’s website on the use of JMP in various types of statistical analyses. An older version by the same faculty is found here.

Recommended for: Beginners and intermediate users of statistics using JMP as the analytical tool, particularly those in social sciences.

Quantitative Specialists
Note: Mostly applications of SPSS which are taught in an introductory level statistics course: Normal distributions, descriptive statistics, correlations, t tests, interpretation of the p value, data plotting.

Recommended for: Beginners of statistics using SPSS as the analytical tool.

TheRMUoHP Biostatistics Resource Channel
Note: Biostatistics resources for statistics users in health sciences: Descriptive statistics, inferential statistics (t-tests, ANOVA/MANOVA, nonparametric tests, etc.), linear and logistic regressions, design of experiments, factor analysis, graphical means of data presentation. Mini-lectures are included.

Recommended for: Beginners, intermediate and advanced users of statistics.

REDCap-related

Amanda Miller
Note: Comprehensiave REDCap training materials for all levels of REDCap users.

Institute of Translational Health Sciences
Note: REDCap training materials by Bas de Veer, MS, Research Consultant, ITHS.


Last revised by Hongwei Yang on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 12:19pm