Note: Consulting service office hours for the Fall 2016 semester will begin on 9/12.
The Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science offers a consulting service to assist faculty members and students in the social sciences at Princeton University who utilize statistics and formal theory in their research. Members of this consulting service are neither research assistants nor preceptors, but are there to provide you or your research assistants with quick help for problems relating to statistical analysis or formal theory. Our goal is to help you do your research.
Most of our clients are affiliated with Politics, the Woodrow Wilson School, and Sociology. If you are not affiliated with these departments, you should still feel free to send an email to us at email@example.com and we will see how we can help.
During our first four years, (Academic Years 2012-2016), we provided consulting services to undergraduates, graduate students, post-docs, and faculty in the Politics department, the Woodrow Wilson School, the Sociology department, the Economics department, the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department, and the Operations Research and Financial Engineering department. The duration of consulting sessions can range from just a couple of minutes to over an hour, depending on the client's needs.
How We Help
Depending on the client and the topic, we offer walk-in office hours where no appointment is necessary, reserved appointments during these office-hours, and special arrangements scheduled at the convenience of the client and consultant. Our consultants can offer assistance on a host of topics from scraping the web to complex derivations.
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Also, you may find Q-APS related online help, including computing related Q&A and etc.
You can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use of an @princeton.edu address is preferred but not required.