Phil Chalmers, Department of Psychology
Rob Cribbie, Department of Psychology
Rob is a member of the Quantitative Methods area of the Department of Psychology. His research interests include equivalence testing, multiplicity control, robust ANOVA approaches, and the measurement of change. He has been a member of the Statistical Consulting Service since 2002.
Ji Yeh Choi, Department of Psychology
David Flora, Department of Psychology
Michael Friendly, Department of Psychology (https://github.com/friendly)
Michael is one of the founding members of SCS and a member of the Quantitative Methods area of the Psychology Department. His research areas include graphical methods, generally & particularly for categorical and multivariate data and also the history of data visualization.
Xin Gao, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Hugh McCague, Institute for Social Research
Hugh is a statistician at the Institute for Social Research and Statistical Consulting Service at York University. His work and research concentrate on applications of statistics in health and environmental studies, including the use of data at the Statistics Canada Research Data Centre at York University, as well as the on-going public health surveys of the Institute.
Kevin McGregor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Kevin is an Assistant Professor in York University’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics. His research interests include microbiome data analysis, statistical genetics, analysis of high-dimensional data, network analysis in microbiome data, and Bayesian statistical methods
Georges Monette, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Xijuan (Cathy) Zhang, Department of Psychology
Graduate Student Members
Udi Alter, Department of Psychology
Udi is a PhD student in the Quantitative Methods program. His research focuses on equivalence testing, effect size, regression analyses, and multiplicity control. Udi is also passionate about teaching statistics, data science and visualization, and R/RStudio.
Nataly Beribisky, Department of Psychology
Nataly is a PhD student in the Quantitative Methods (Psychology) Program. Her research focuses on structural equation modeling, equivalence testing and effect sizes.
Stephan Bonfield, Department of Psychology
My Luu, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
My is an MA student majoring in Statistics at York University. She currently provides consulting services for topics of ANOVA, Regression and R Programming