A Problem with a Number of Factors

A Problem with a Number of Factors

Introduction A large part of my job involves helping researchers who are working on analysing their own data, by checking over their work, helping with interpretations of results, and making suggestions for additional pieces of analysis. Through this, there are a...

Lessons learnt from a multi-country survey

Lessons learnt from a multi-country survey

Here at Stats4SD, we run various types of studies including those across multiple countries and sectors. Each comes with its own triumphs and challenges, and as part of our continued evaluating and personal learnings that we ensue, Alex has decided to turn his latest...

New Problems – New Designs

New Problems – New Designs

In 1919, nearly 100 years ago, R.A. Fisher started work at Rothamsted Experimental Station. His experience there led to him publishing in 1925 the book Statistical Methods for Research Workers. It has rightly been highly influential. Much of our scientific knowledge...