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Will travel 40 miles

$64 per hour.

4.96 593 ratings

As in any other statistics course, the concepts, methods, and operations are identical. The only difference between each is the type of data analyzed and in this case, biological data will be explored. Whether you need assistance in understanding the difference between the three measures of central tendency or in conducting a chi-square goodness-of-fit test at alpha = 0.05 and d.f. = 20, I will convey both the rationale and method of any statistical topic discussed in your course to your benefit. [UT SDS 328M Grade: A] [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

4.95 911 ratings

I have taken a semester of Biostatistics and have also helped several students with it. Admittedly, I am not that proficient in the biological aspects of it, but I am very much proficient in its statistical aspects and I have tutored a number of Applied Statistics courses. Tutoring in the San Antonio area. I have a B.S. in Mathematics and a minor in Physics from Prairie View A&M University. My approach to tutoring is flexible and, more to the point, effective. While I do have a general strategy I employ for certain subjects, I can adapt and modify it to meet the individual needs of my studen [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.84 101 ratings

I just finished tutoring a student in biostatistics and realize that it is very similar to behavioral statistics, except for a greater emphasis on binomial probability. I am well-qualified to teach either behavioral or biostatistics because of all of my research and teaching experience, which includes seven courses in behavioral statistics at Texas A&M--San Antonio and the University of Phoenix. I can offer tutoring at the undergraduate level and, in some cases, graduate level, for Biostatistics. My positive ratings from students testify to this. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 18 ratings

I took 2 semesters of Bio-statistics related course work at the University of Texas at San Antonio. The first course was Calculus for bio-sciences. The second course was Statistics for biological applications. I received an A in the Calculus course and a B in the Statistics course. I also took a Statistics course for engineers. I received an A in that course. My passion for teaching comes from a deeply rooted love for helping others achieve their goals through education. As an undergraduate student at the University of Texas at San Antonio, I received an A in many historically difficult course [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$49 per hour.

4.74 46 ratings

I have a Bachelor's in Statistics and has taken and passed with A, graduate level Biostatistics and data analysis course from Texas A and M university. I also teach Statistics at a college. I am a Math educator and Statistics instructor: a certified high school Math teacher since 2004. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math Models, Pre-calculus and Advanced Quantitative Reasoning. I have my Bachelor's in Statistics and Master's in Math Education. I have for many years, used SPSS, JMP and R for data analysis for my graduate classes as well as helping other graduate students with the [more]

I'm a PhD in Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics with a great experience and skills in teaching and tutoring. I teach and tutor Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics to students of all levels: from middle school to graduate students. I've successfully taught and tutored Biostatistics and have scientific results, connected to studies in Biology, some of them being connected to studies in Biostatistics: a) Taught Bioinformatics and Biostatistics. b) Took part in study of 'Signal, chaotic, & pseudo-chaotic behavior of live and artificial systems'. c) Proved optimality of Biological Coding. d) As [more]

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