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“Bolder” statistics with Karen Copeland

Karen Copeland, Ph.D owner and sole employee of Boulder Statistics, a statistical consultancy

Karen Copeland, Ph.D, owner and sole employee of Boulder Statistics, a statistical consultancy, will be the guest on Analytically Speaking on June 8.


Dr. Karen Copeland will be our featured guest on Analytically Speaking on June 8. She is the owner of Boulder Statistics, a successful consultancy to a wide array of industry sectors around the world — medical device, diagnostics, chemicals, marketing, environmental, consumer and food products, pharmaceuticals, and web analytics, among them. When Karen named her company, she may not have intended it to be a play on words, but I think it’s fitting. She has made some bold steps in her career.


She works with scientists and engineers and enjoys the diverse projects she is given as well as the challenge of learning new methods to be an effective problem-solver.  With more than 20 years of applying statistical methods and working in academia and industry before starting her consultancy, she has some interesting stories and experiences to share. In addition, she co-authored the books, The Analysis of Means: A Graphical Method for Comparing Means, Rates, and Proportions and Introductory Statistics for Engineering Experimentationin addition to a number of journal articles.


You may recognize Karen from her popular posts to the JMP Blog over the last few years. Check out her most recent posts on model visualization:


Karen has a great deal of technical expertise — on such topics as analysis of means, experimental design and data visualization — but she also has other important skills contributing to her success, like effective communication and the ability to see the big picture to know which questions to ask and identify the best path forward. We'll cover those subjects in our live interview.


We hope you will join us June 8. If you can’t join the live webcast, you can always catch the archive which is usually available by the following day.

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