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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
I need someone to help me with the statistical analysis link to a clinical research project recently completed: 1) Objective 1: To compare the effects of various combinations of four slopes (S=4) and three velocities (V=3) during manual wheelchair prolusion on a treadmill on cardiorespiratory outcome measures among individuals with a spinal cord injury (N=17). a. All excel sheets represent a variable that is relevant for the study (except the randomization order). All variables are continuous variables except the RPE that is categorical/ordinal. b. The values that are in red in the excel sheets were estimated based on a regression equation computed with the data of the participants who completed all combinations. This should be verified before initiating further statistics. c. Comparisons for repeated measures need to be made using the slope and velocity factors and the statistical differences need to be clearly identified with the appropriate tests. d. Strength of the statistics / effect size estimator needs to be included whenever possible 2) Objective 2: To propose an equation estimating the variable VO2 pointe (ml kg min) that is presented on a specific excel sheet. a. A regression equation needs to be generated using the S and V variables. b. Strength of the equation need to be included. c. Possibly compute the future sample size needed to further test the equation generated if possible. The choice of parametric or non-parametric statistitcs needs to be discussed. All statistics performed need to be clearly defined in a paragraph that will be integrated into the manuscript. All results need to be clearly highlighted in a paragraph that will be integrated into the manuscript. Table(s) and/or Figure(s) summarizing the results and key statistics need(s) to be prepared for the submission of the manuscript. The use of a p-value of 0.05 is needed and should be corrected whenever multiple comparisons are being performed. SPSS format is preferred for the statistical analyses.
Skills: Biostatistics Scientific Research Scientific Writing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I have plotted the model, I need someone who can tell me if I have plotted the model correctly and also guide me as to how to interpret the findings, preferably someone with background in biostatistics. The required person will need to have access to team viewer and skype because those means will be used for communication.
Skills: Biostatistics IBM SPSS Linear Programming Statistics
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $60 - Posted
For a dataset on breast cancer some analysis using parametric and non prapametric suvival analysis is required. This should done in r.
Skills: Biostatistics R
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Are you interested in helping me in Bio-statistics-- Meta-analysis in medial topics ? And other biostatistics works including regression, KM curves, working with SEER data base, national sample etc.
Skills: Biostatistics Statistics
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Hi there, I'm looking for someone well-versed in statistics and database management to provide some consultation & advice regarding how we can structure and re-organize a database we already have to allow us to compare the responses of independent raters and determine degree of agreement. Although I have some familiarity with this, the problem with this project is that there is such a vast number of variables involved, each with multiple levels of responses, and two raters for each... so we are having difficulty determining how best to analyze the inter-rater reliability when there are so many variables and in most variables multiple types of possible responses (rather than just two, yes or no, there are at times 5-6 different response options and things have gotten a bit complicated). We will not provide access to the entire database due to confidentiality reasons but will provide you with any information you would like to come up with a strategy for us. Your role will NOT be to analyze the results but to advise us on how to re-structure and re-organize the current database to allow us to run this analysis in the simplest way possible using SPSS. To be considered, please reply with your experience and expertise in data analysis, the particular types of analyses involved in this project, as well as SPSS software. The budget listed is just random... please quote your requested price for the consultation (via email, skype, etc.) and how long you think it would take for your to come up with a solution. Thanks! HH
Skills: Biostatistics Data Analytics Data Interpretation Database design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an analyst over a 3-month to 12-month period, who will engage in the management and analysis of a publicly-available, multi-wave complex sample survey study (the Health and Retirement Study). The analyst should be skilled in longitudinal data analysis and should be familiar with the Health and Retirement Study and data analysis software (Stata preferred). Knowledge concerning data visualization strategies, geocoding, and strong communication skills are a plus. After the conclusion of this study, there is an opportunity to continue with subsequent studies.
Skills: Biostatistics Data Analytics Data Modeling Stata
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are near completion with our 86 human patient using a medical device (and a sham). We are looking for an Biostatistician subject matter expert with significant experience designing and analyzing human clinical trials. Direct experience designing clinical trial studies, developing statistical analysis plans, and performing power calculations is required. Experience working in the preparation of statistical packages for submission to FDA is strongly preferred. The Biostatistician will provide subject matter expertise to our team. Required: please provide your SkypeID when submitting your proposal
Skills: Biostatistics