Jeff Meyer, MBA, MPA

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Statistical Consultant and Instructor

Jeff Meyer is a professional statistical consultant with an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from NYU, with a focus in quantitative analysis.

In consultation, Jeff’s main focus areas are multivariate, logistic (bivariate, ordinal and multinomial), mixed models,count models (Poisson, negative binomial, zero inflated, truncated, and censored regression) multiple imputation models for missing data, exploratory factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis using SEM and latent class analysis.

In the event the client is short on time and needs their data set cleaned, Jeff has created templates incorporating macros and loops to quickly prepare a data set for analysis.

Jeff understands that to be an effective instructor and consultant it takes more than subject matter knowledge and a logical approach to analyzing data. You must enjoy working with people and care about their success.

Jeff started working professionally with data in 1987 after obtaining his MBA. His responsibilities included creating financial models to analyze economic and market risks.

With the collapse of the financial markets in 2008 Jeff turned his efforts to using statistical analysis for the purpose of creating sound public policy.

Since joining The Analysis Factor, he has taught workshops on linear regression and count models, written the Stata code for all workshops, served as a panelist for weekly Stat Speaking Q&A and written articles on numerous topics.

Consult with Jeff

Schedule a 15 minute phone call with Jeff to get details about consulting

The Craft of Statistical Analysis Webinars

All of these were taught by Jeff and access to all recordings are available at no charge.

Jeff’s Workshops

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Introduction to Data Analysis with Stata

Level: Introductory

Software Used: Stata

 

lm-stata-full Linear Models in Stata

Level: Intermediate

Software Used: Stata

 

Managing Data and Optimizing Output in Stata: Taking Your Stata Skills to a Higher Level

Level: Intermediate

Software Used: Stata

Jeff’s Blog Posts