Statistics...only in English

Anyone can report "what" information says.  Analysis is a little more complex, it helps explain "why."  Cut through the jargon and understand the complex relationships that drive successful outcomes in straight-forward language. 

What action do you take to achieve your goal?

 

1) Is your information reliable?

2) Is the analysis based in science, or "feeling"

3) What factors impact your outcome?

4) How big is the impact you can make on your outcome?

What does it all mean?

 

The Jargon Bank-

  •       "correlation"

  •       "coefficient"

  •       "standard deviation" 

  •       Wait here's a fun one - "heteroskedasticity!
     

You really don't need to know these words. 

 

Here's what you're after...

  • Married students are 10% more likely to graduate than single students.*

  • Campus cleanliness and Staff professionalism are the two biggest contributors to student satisfaction.*

  • For every 1 point increase in Faculty Quality, there is a 5% increase on overall student satisfaction.*

*(example statistics only...results presented not based on actual data)