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Join us 2/10 for the TAA Webinar, ‘It’s All Greek to Me’: Translating Statistical Writing

Ami HansonJoin us Tuesday, February 10 from 2-3 p.m. ET for the one-hour TAA webinar, “‘It’s All Greek to Me’: Translating Statistical Writing

”, presented by Ami Hanson, Editor & Content Specialist for Elite Research, LLC.

Statistical writing is an important concept to understand for students, academic writers, researchers, and textbook authors alike. This style of writing is different from others because of its focus in formatting, statistical language, and sections of visual data.

Hanson will present not only ways to understand statistical writing but also tips of how to write statistical language clearly in theses and dissertations, journal articles, and grant proposals. The session is geared mostly towards graduate students and their documents, but anyone is welcome if they want to learn more about writing statistical pieces, organizing technical documents, and maneuvering requirements.

Hanson is an Editor and Content Specialist for Elite Research, LLC. Elite Research is a global provider of research design, statistical consulting, and technical communication. For over 10 years, they have helped academic, medical/health, and nonprofit researchers and companies in their research processes. They provide professional editing to empower academics in writing and formatting dissertations, reviewing and proofreading content, preparing manuscripts, writing reports, and writing and editing grant proposals. Their editors are also content specialists and are trained in various style guides and university guidelines. Call them, and they can guide you through your editorial process for your project. Their initial review for TAA members includes a complimentary 1.5 hours. View their listing in TAA’s Professional Directory.

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