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Data analysis for thesis

Posted by Rachel M.

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Monday, 3rd Oct 2016
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Deadline is in 3 weeks. I need help figuring what statistical program is needed to analyse data. Data is cardiac MRI and echocardiography reports
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Armando C.
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Hi Rachel, Thanks for considering my offer. I have extensive experience in data analysis, including in the NT public sector. I have completed Master in Info Tech, including various forms of data mining and data analysis. Right now I am thinking of SPSS and Matlab for your problem but I would need more details. And on top of IT, I did bachelor of management, including statistical analysis. Lets talk about how I can help you. I am new to AirTask but not new to data analysis.
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Therma K.
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Sam D.
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Hey Rachel, my name is Sam I'm a junior doctor. I've recently just completed a thesis and published a paper on CT brain imaging, I believe I may be able to help you, it sounds like you need to gather data in a manageable way from CT and MRI reports, then use spss or minitab to crunch it. Let me know if you think I'm right for the job :)
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Sarit K.
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Hi Racheal,

Would love to help you. I specialise in Statistical evaluations. Have completed masters and bachelors so 7 years of statistics.

Regards
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It depends on your requirements. Normally, SAS is best for doing clinical trials.
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I'd love to help... been working as researcher/data administrator in a cardiac unit in one of the busiest public hospitals in Melbourne.
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Yup SPSS is I find the most effective and technically sound.

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Spss we use it for data analysis at uni
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