|Agricultural Statistics Laboratory
Agriculture Annex (AGRX)
935 W. Maple St.
|Edward Gbur, Director • Professor
|JungAe Lee-Bartlett, Assistant Professor
|Andy Mauromoustakos, Professor
|Kevin C. Thompson, Program Associate II
|Jeff Velie, Systems Analyst I
Descriptions for the following courses can be found in the University online catalog under Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences (CSES).
- AGST 500V
- Special Problems
- AGST 504V
- Special Topics
- AGST 5014
- Experimental Design
- AGST 5023
- Principles of Experimentation
- AGST 5031
- SAS Programming for Agricultural Sciences
- AGST 5713
- Applied Regression Analysis for Agricultural Sciences
The Agricultural Statistics Laboratory faculty and staff provide statistical consulting services to satisfy the routine statistical needs of researchers throughout the Division of Agriculture. These services cover not only statistical design and analysis but can include statistical programming and data and information management assistance.
Researchers are strongly encouraged to make use of our consulting services at the design stage of their project to ensure the efficient use of resources and the availability of appropriate statistical analyses which address the objectives of the project. Please contact a faculty or staff member directly to set up an appointment. The Laboratory does not maintain a “help desk” for drop-in visits.
- American Statistical Association
- International Biometric Society
- International Biometric Society – ENAR
- International Biometric Society – WNAR
- Royal Statistical Society
- International Statistical Institute
- American Society for Quality
The Agricultural Statistics Laboratory provides statistical and statistically related expertise for a diverse clientele throughout the Division of Agriculture and the College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences. Our mission is accomplished through teaching, statistical and collaborative research, and the provision of statistical consulting services.
The Agricultural Statistics Laboratory faculty and staff participate in collaborative research projects with Division and University scientists and with researchers outside of the University of Arkansas. Laboratory faculty also devote a portion of their time to statistical research which is applicable to agricultural problems.
In addition to their research activities, Laboratory faculty and staff provide statistical consultation services for clientele in the Division of Agriculture, the College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences and, on a limited basis, for researchers in other colleges at the University of Arkansas.
Statistics education is an integral part of the training of researchers in every discipline. Proper design and analysis forms the basis for the efficient use of available resources in the pursuit of project objectives. The Agricultural Statistics Laboratory’s service curriculum emphasizes the understanding and application of basic statistical principles and provides relevant, real life examples for the students. Given the continual development of statistical theory and methodology, statistics education can never be limited to the students in the University. It must extend to our non-student clientele as well. This continuing education often is delivered informally in the context of consulting and collaborative research activities and, on occasion, through seminars and workshops.