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The RStats Institute sponsored, one-day, statistics and research seminar was a great success. Thank you to eveyone who came to the workshop and to all of our great presenters. We are making available the PowerPoints, presentation materials, and articles discussed at the workshop. Click on Workshops and Training to access the workshop materials. 


Best Practices (and Poor Practices) In Data Analysis

   R. Paul Thomlinson, PhD - Senior V.P. of Research and Quality Assurance at Burrell Behavioral Health

Next Steps: Moderated Regression

   Todd Daniel, PhD - MSU RStats Institute Director coordinator of Statistics Research Camp 2014

Next Steps: Effect Size and Power Analysis

   D. Wayne Mitchell, PhD - MSU professor of psychology and statsitics expert

Next Steps: Meta-Analysis

   Melissa Maier, PhD - assistant professor of communication

Next Steps: Structural Equation Modeling

   Kayla Jordan, BS - RStats Statistical Analyst and MSU graduate student


Welcome to Missouri State University RStats Institute

Please explore what the RStats Institute offers you!  

  • RStats Institute analysts share their expertise in research design, statistical analysis, manuscript preparation, grant submission, and other areas. Our goal is to facilitate and improve the quality of the scholarly work of Missouri State University’s researchers. 
  • RStats provides professional development opportunities for faculty, students, and staff through workshops on research planning, design, and statistical analysis topics. 
  • RStats associates also offer individual consultations with researchers.   

*Individual consultations with RStats Associates are available to students, faculty, and staff in the College of Health and Human Services and the College of Education -- Click here to request a consultation or send us an email at RStats@MissouriState.edu, or call 836-4631. We have office hours Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.


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Funding provided by the Office of the Provost and CHHS

RStats is supported with funding from the Provost and from the College of Health and Human Services Dean's office. An evaluation of the Institute’s performance and success in meeting its mission and goals, along with an appraisal of available resources, will determine if it is possible to expand the services that the institute provides to the entire campus community.