Our team of PhD data science specialists serves the Harvard social science community. We offer up to 3 hours of free in-person advice in the form of consulting on publication research issues as a part of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. Our consulting service is available to faculty, postdocs, graduate students, staff, and undergraduates writing a senior thesis. Specifically, we provide advice on:
- Data analysis and programming
- Organization, secure storage, and sharing of data
- Research project planning
- Training in the use of both established software packages and emerging tools
We also offer more extended support for projects in the form of collaborations, where we embed a data science specialist on your research team to devise and implement an analysis pipeline that addresses your research questions. Our collaboration service is available for projects led by a faculty PI. Please note that we are selective about the collaborations we enter into.
To schedule a consultation or request a collaboration, please send a detailed description of your specific research problem, your affiliation (School / Dept.), and position (e.g., grad student) to email@example.com or use our contact form.
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