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Examples of our research and design work:

Royale Kitchens contracted us to help them design a questionnaire to facilitate their first meeting with clients. We are also collecting this data over time for later analysis. Click here to download the questionnaire.

We are currently running online surveys about consultancy and training needs within organisations. Click here to see these surveys, and take part if you wish.

Examples of analyses we conduct:

Below are four example analyses. These are fictional examples, but the use of statistical analyses is accurate.

All four examples use different tests of statistical significance.

To help you to understand and interpret tests of statistical significance, we have written a brief guide to statistical significance.

Example 1: This example uses descriptive statistics and factor analysis to understand the reponses of staff members on a job satisfaction survey. Factor analysis is used to reduce a large number of questions down to a smaller number of factors that represent different aspects of job satisfaction. The job satisfaction of full and part time members of staff is then analysed using t test. [Download PDF]

Example 2: This example analyses a randomised control trial using a mixed design factorial ANOVA. This type of analysis looks for differences between groups of people (treatment group vs. control group) and across time. Importantly it also looks for interactions between these two variables. [Download PDF]

Example 3: This example uses multiple regression as a predictive analysis to examine which factors predict how successful a member of staff is at achieving sales. [Download PDF]

Example 4: This example uses an alternative method of predictive analysis: logistic regression. In this type of analysis we can use a number of variables to predict a binary (two choice) outcome. This analysis examines which factors predict whether a customer buys a car or not. [Download PDF]

To see examples of the analyses we have run in our academic research please visit our publications page.