Sit down with a consultant to discuss your project, data, research questions, and analysis options. We can provide any amount of support ranging from a simple one-time discussion to multiple staff engaged on a large funded project.

Tier 1 - Basic "DIY" Support

  • Free to all IU faculty, staff, and students on IU research projects
  • Limited to four hours of a consultant's time per semester, and one hour per week.
  • Session may include doing part of a quick analysis together and/or giving advice and answering questions.
  • Goal is to give you tips, tools, and options for you to complete a meaningful analysis of your data.
  • Appointments are usually scheduled about a week out, so contact us early!

Tier 2 - Funded Collaboration

  • Projects extending byond the initial four free hours OR needing a faster pace of support can be billed hourly.
  • Statisticians can collaborate on a grant with a %FTE, or be contracted for a number of hours.
  • A contract or MOU will be created to clarify the scope of work, analysis plan, and budget.
  • Rates are
    • $45/hr for IU projets,
    • $60/hr for external academics/non-profits, and
    • $75 for for-profit companies

    IU projects can be billed to an internal research account, or students can pay with their Bursar account. External projects will be sent an invoice through IU Accounts receivable.

Please contact us to discuss your project!

Types of support


Study Design - Meet with us early in your study development and we'll help you set up your project, including hypothesis clarification, design details, analysis plan, random selection of subjects, etc.

Grant Preparation - If your study design is for a grant submission, we can help you write a statistical methods section including Power and Sample Size calculations. An ISCC statistician may also be written into the grant budget to perform data analysis once the grant is in effect.

Data Analysis - There are multiple ways ISCC can guide you as you perform your data analysis.

  • Creating an analysis plan of appropriate methods and tests
  • Importing data into statistical software and setting up the data for analysis
  • Showing you how to perform the analyses in your software
  • Interpreting output and reporting results

Presentation & Manuscript Preparation - ISCC can help you prepare results for presentation to your research community. This may include a doctoral dissertation, conference presentation, or journal manuscript.

  • Creating a clear write-up of your statistical methods and results
  • Reviewing relevant pieces of your manuscript before submission
  • Evaluating and responding to comments you have received back from reviewers

Please contact us!

Fine print: 1. ISCC is not able to provide statistics tutoring or help with coursework, only research projets. 2. All staff time reading/thinking/researching for your specific project does count for your project's total, so please be mindful of narrowing down your questions and materials sent where possible.