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Eric S.

Research and Data Analyst

Research and Data Analyst

$45/hour

  • 9 hours tutoring

  • Wynnefield Philadelphia, PA 19131

About Eric


Bio

Currently serving as a Research and Data Analyst, I previously taught Quantitative Methods to both undergraduate and masters students as well as serving as a consultant for non-profits, government agencies, and doctoral students who needed statistical guidance on their dissertation. Additionally, I held weekly open hours where students/faculty could seek help regarding R, Stata, econometrics/statistics, as well as other statistical software. I believe in providing tutoring that makes sense to...

Currently serving as a Research and Data Analyst, I previously taught Quantitative Methods to both undergraduate and masters students as well as serving as a consultant for non-profits, government agencies, and doctoral students who needed statistical guidance on their dissertation. Additionally, I held weekly open hours where students/faculty could seek help regarding R, Stata, econometrics/statistics, as well as other statistical software. I believe in providing tutoring that makes sense to the student by teaching them the practical realities of the subject.

I have a PhD from the University of Kansas and a Masters from Monmouth University. I was an instructor for four years at both the undergraduate and masters level teaching quantitative analysis, statistics, as well as statistical software. Currently serve as a Research and Data Analyst in the higher education sector where I conduct analyses on statistical software in a "real world" setting. Organized and operated several workshops on R, Python, and statistical techniques such as Structural Equation Modelling and spatial econometrics.

I organized and operated a "summer institute" on Stata, completed all of the analysis in my dissertation using STATA, providing help to both faculty and doctoral students on how to code correctly (and efficiently!) in STATA.

I often think that the thought of statistics and statistical software is more daunting than the topics themselves and strive to ensure that students can learn it effectively but in a stress-free environment. Plus, I use all my skills to predict my NCAA March Madness bracket every year.


Education

Saint Joseph's University
undergrad
Monmouth University
Masters
University of Kansas
PhD

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Hourly rate: $45 for in-person / $45 for online
  • Travel policy: Within 20 miles of Philadelphia, PA 19131
  • Lesson cancellation: 4 hours notice required
  • No background check

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

Econometrics

Econometrics

I wrote my dissertation on the econometric methods used in policy analysis. The first chapter compared the bias of several sample selection methods (propensity scores, instrumental variables, Heckman correction). The second chapter utilized the split-panel jackknife probit, one of the first applications of the method that wasn't theoretical. The third chapter compared the results of stochastic frontier analysis to traditional OLS in examining the performance of public institutions.

Computer

STATA,

STATA

I am responsible for managing and analyzing data using several software tools including R, Stata, Tableau, and Python. Previously assisted clients with the formulation of research questions, research design, as well as methodological considerations including measurement and analysis in Stata.
SPSS

Corporate Training

SPSS, Statistics

Homeschool

Statistics

Math

STATA,

STATA

I am responsible for managing and analyzing data using several software tools including R, Stata, Tableau, and Python. Previously assisted clients with the formulation of research questions, research design, as well as methodological considerations including measurement and analysis in Stata.
SPSS, Statistics

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Statistics

Science

Econometrics

Econometrics

I wrote my dissertation on the econometric methods used in policy analysis. The first chapter compared the bias of several sample selection methods (propensity scores, instrumental variables, Heckman correction). The second chapter utilized the split-panel jackknife probit, one of the first applications of the method that wasn't theoretical. The third chapter compared the results of stochastic frontier analysis to traditional OLS in examining the performance of public institutions.

Summer

Statistics

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Excellent tutor

Eric was intelligent, patient and witty. He listened to my concerns and gave me great tips on how to approach my paper. I highly recommend him for anyone who is stumped by research!

John, 4 lessons with Eric
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$45/hour

Eric S.

$45/hour

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