UBC graduate students click here for 1 hour free consulting
Please have a look through the following links to find out more...
What is SCARL? - Background information on SCARL.
How can SCARL help? - SCARL offers a range of consultancy options - determine which is appropriate for your needs.
Contact information depends on the type of service needed. See How can SCARL help?
Anyone interested in R workshops can send an e-mail to Rick White. Please indicate your position at UBC and the specific R topics you would like to see covered in the workshop. We will contact you when we organize a workshop on your specific topic.
SOS Program January 2014
SCARL is proud to offer an hour of statistical consulting to UBC graduate students at no charge to the student.
The Statistical Opportunity for Students (SOS) program is designed to help graduate students formulate and understand the statistical issues involved in their research projects. The program is open to all UBC graduate students. Interested students submit a one page description of their work outlining their statistical questions. They will then meet with consultants for an hour to discuss their questions and receive a written summary and report shortly after the meeting, all at no charge.
Further details on the program and how to apply are here.
The SOS program is made possible through funding support from the Office of the Provost and Vice President, Research and International.
Notice to non-UBC-affiliated ("off-campus") clients.
UBC requires a contract be signed before work can commence with non-UBC-affiliated clients. We have a Master Service Contract (MSC) that should cover most projects. Please fill out a separate Schedule A so we can edit the contract to suit for your projects. Please include the "Description of Work" and "Deliverables" that suit your project. We will review the specific details of the MSC to create the final form for all parties to sign. Other than the specific details of the MSC that can be edited, the MSC must be used as is. Individual contracts can be negotiated through the University-Industry Liaison Office (UILO) for those clients who do not wish to use the MSC.