I have a Master's degree in Statistics from George Mason University, Currently I am continuing my PhD in Statistics at UMBC and a full time Mathematical Statistician at the US Census Bureau. I have tutored many students in my career, I did work at Nova Community College where I taught Introduction to Statistics. I have helped many PhD students from different universities such as GWU, AMU, GMU, Catholic University and other college students. I can teach Many subjects of Mathematics of all l... [more]
Masters degree in Statistics from GMU in 2009 Pursuing a PhD in Data Sciences Proficiency with SAS, SPSS, Excel, Minitab, R
I have used and taught SPSS since 1999
My B.S is in Probabilit?s et Statistiques it was a Specialty of Mathematics from USTHB in Algeria.
I have successfully completed a graduate course STAT 501 (BASE SAS), STAT 502 (SAS MACROS) and STAT 503 (SAS GRAPH) in 2008 at George Mason University. I have taken over 13 graduate courses in Statistics between GMU and University of Maryland College Park, in which all courses used SAS and R intensively. I currently work with SAS on a daily basis since 2008 at the US Census Bureau where I have done a lot of research and developed hundreds of applications and SAS programs for production and research.
I have been using Linux since 2008 at work. I took an advanced Linux course that lasted three weeks that dealt with Basic Linux in addition to Linux KornShell. I have developed some pretty cool programs written in Bourne shell and KornShell to create an automation process. I have over 7 years of experience in Linux scripting and command line. I can help people to be familiar with Linux commands and to develop basic scripting using KornShell.
I have been using R for at least 11 years, I leaned R through School George Mason University, and work (The US Census Bureau) I provided training in R in Jordan, Nepal and the U.S for DOS (Department of Statistics in Jordan) , CBS(Central Bureau of Statistics in Nepal) and FrontPoint security in Mclean VA. I use R for research at work.