our proven process

With our step-by-step method, we help you figure out where you are now, what you need next, and give you the tools and support to get there.

framework for clarity


plan


skill
building


digging
deep


application

our programs

Whether you need ongoing learning and support, dig deep to learn one statistical method, or get clarity on a specific issue, we’ve got your back. Choose what’s right for you!

statistically speaking

membership
program

learn More

workshops

online
workshops

learn More

the craft of statistical analysis

free
webinars

learn More

latest blog posts

Member Training: Analyzing Longitudinal Data: Comparing Regression and Structural Equation Modeling Approaches

July 2, 2024 • TAF Support

When analyzing longitudinal data, do you use regression or structural equation based approaches? There are many types of longitudinal data and different approaches to analyzing them. Two popular approaches are a regression based approach and a structural equation modeling based approach. Read More

Seven Steps for Data Cleaning

June 20, 2024 • Kat Caldwell

Ever consider skipping the important step of cleaning your data? It’s tempting but not a good idea. Why? It’s a bit like baking. I like to bake. There’s nothing nicer than a rainy Sunday with no plans, and a pantry full of supplies. I have done my shopping, and now it’s time to make the […] Read More

Member Training: Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling

June 1, 2024 • guest contributer

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) is a popular method to test hypothetical relationships between constructs in the social sciences. These constructs may be unobserved (a.k.a., “latent”) or observed (a.k.a., “manifest”). In this webinar, guest instructor Manolo Romero Escobar will describe the different types of SEM: confirmatory factor analysis, path analysis for manifest and latent variables, and latent growth modeling (i.e., the application of SEM on longitudinal data). Read More

stat skill-building compass

Find clarity on your statistics journey. Try the new tool Stat Skill-Building Compass: Find Your Starting Point!