Struggling to design an experiment or make sense of your data? Can’t decide what analysis is best? Lost in the woods trying to get your model to run or interpret the results? Contact the Biology Statistics Help Service!
We are a team of researchers, postdocs, and faculty members available to all at the Department of Biology for research-related statistical consultation.
The Statistic service is free of charge, but we appreciate acknowledgements by name if our help improves work that is eventually published. Should a question require further analysis, complex modelling, or other extraordinary efforts, we can assist in forwarding the question to a suitable specialist.
The team consists of fellow biologists with a strong background in various areas of statistics and quantitative biology and a passion for working with students and colleagues to understand statistical issues connected to biological research. We also hold public seminars each semester to present and discuss frequently encountered statistical questions or methods.
Meet the team
The service is open every Tuesday during academic terms, where at least one team member is available for consultation in the Ecology Building 2nd floor tearoom, or digitally via Zoom (see departmental calendar).
Appointments can be pre-booked by email (stats [dot] help [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se), or you can just drop in at the next session.