Statistical Consulting

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Statistical advice for projects

Source: Dr. Christiane Fuchs, Helmholtz Zentrum München

The Core Facility Statistical Consulting offers statistical consulting and support for industry partners and the research institutes of the Helmholtz Zentrum München, of universities and other academic institutions. The projects we supervise range from student work through statistical reports to long-term projects. The consulting covers according to requirements various aspects. This includes data analysis and method development as well as literature recommendations for the independent processing or review of analysis already carried out. We go into every project exactly and adapt the consulting accordingly.

In addition, statistic courses for employees of the Helmholtz Zentrum München are offered as part of the Core Facility Statistical Consulting.

Services and Expertise

We have expertise in

  • Descriptive statistics (e.g. graphical data analysis)
  • Classical inference (e.g. maximum likelihood estimation, regression, hypothesis testing, model choice, survival analysis, functional data analysis)
  • Computational statistics (e.g. bootstrap, Monte Carlo methods, machine learning)
  • Bayesian statistics (e.g. Markov chain Monte Carlo)
  • Dynamical modeling (e.g. partial/ordinary differential equation models)
  • Experimental design (e.g. power analysis, sample size estimation)

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