One year ago yesterday I founded Sharp Statistical Sciences and what a year it has been. Looking back I can see I made no extravagant promises about what to expect from our website – “Watch for more original content and useful resources”— that’s good because I am so fantastically behind on the plans I’ve made. And I couldn’t be happier about it.
Some of the great things about the last 12 months:
Our plans for the Sharp Statistical Sciences website -- original blog content and resources. Original blog content covering answers to questions from professionals, students and individuals about practical statistics, analysis and data tools. Especially geared to anything in health care and medicine, but not limited to any field. Also geared to keeping it simple.
As can be seen based on the skeleton of the Resources page, we want to supply links to resources in statistical software, general statistics and material within our fields of expertise and interest.
This coming year should see many more regular updates to the site. The next posting will be Reproducible Research part 2. We are also working on an article about the opioid epidemic in the United States. This is an issue we have been watching for years, as the workers’ compensation industry has a keen interest in pain management and worker rehabilitation.
Finally, we are currently accepting new clients! We may be behind on the extras but we are completing projects on time.
Thank you for reading,
Jesse Sharp is an expert in the analysis of health care data. Passionate about data and the ethics of analysis he writes on topics related to medicine, public health and statistics. More...