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Alan C. Elliott discusses how to teach cross-cultural ethics, with emphasis on the ASA Ethical Guidelines, within a graduate-level statistical consulting course.

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[1 Aug 2017 | One Comment | 652 views]
Getting Paid: How to Determine Your Fee

Independent statistical consultants can bill by the hour or bill by the project, and there are trade-offs between the two approaches.

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[1 Jul 2017 | No Comment | 27 views]

Mary Kwasny shares the Section on Statistical Consulting’s sessions, posters, and roundtables planned for JSM 2017—a diverse and provocative menu for those at all levels of career and interest.

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[1 Jun 2017 | One Comment | 273 views]
Do You Need a Website?

This month, statistics consultant David Bristol discusses the pros and cons of having a website, based on feedback from members of the Consulting Section.

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[1 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 277 views]

Stephen Simon shares the pros and cons of being a statistical consultant, along with tips for starting your own business.

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[1 Mar 2017 | No Comment | 147 views]

Consulting Corner is a new column launching in April. It is written for anyone engaged in or interested in statistical consulting and includes articles ranging from what starting a consulting business would entail to what could be taught in a consulting course.