We provide exploratory data analysis for publications, abstracts, and marketing for our clients. We engage to help our clients to understand and gain insights into the data for publication and abstract writing, and marketing through our professional and reader-friendly exploratory data analysis. Our service could help our clients to interpret the data and recognize patterns without dealing with the difficult raw data.
We extract specific items through quantitative and graphical methods as the followings to present a clearer structure and a sense of the data set. Our professional statisticians have advanced skills and rich experience in dealing with data from different areas, which could make sure data from our clients in different disciplines could all have tailored expletory data analysis.
a. Listing mistakes and missing values.
b. Spotting outliers and anomalies.
c. Ranking important variables.
d. Visualization of the underlying structure of the data set.
e. Building a parsimonious model.
f. Estimating parameters and choosing confidence intervals.
g. Testing assumptions for following statistical analysis.
h. Testing hypotheses associated with models.
i. Gaining a sense of robustness of conclusions.
j. Optimal settings.
Statistical graphics are the heart of exploratory data analysis. We analyze the data and adopt the most appropriate methods of graphical techniques such as the followings for displaying the key information from the data set.
a. Plotting the raw data (such as scatter plots, histograms, bihistograms, probability plots, residual plots, box plots, and block plots).
b. Plotting basic statistics (such as graphing the means, standard deviations and standard errors).
c. Optimization of the layout of plots for people to read the plots easier (such as judicious plots in one page with a reasonable order for readers to follow).
We guarantee the confidentiality and sensitivity of our customers' data. We are committed to providing you timely and high-quality deliverables. At the same time, we guarantee cost-effective, complete and concise reports.
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1. Velleman, Paul and Hoaglin, David (1981) The ABC's of EDA: Applications, Basics, and Computing of Exploratory Data Analysis, Duxbury.
2. Tukey, J. W. (1977) Exploratory data analysis (Vol. 2), Addison-Wesley.