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From: "Laurie Ainsworth" <Laurie.Ainsworth@erm.com>
To: "Rachel Altman" <rachelm@sfu.ca>, "Carl Schwarz" <cschwarz@sfu.ca>, "Ian Bercovitz" <ijb@sfu.ca>, tloughin@sfu.ca
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 5:43:49 PM
Subject: statistical consulting work

Hi all,

 

We are looking for a statistical consultant to do approximately 6 to 8 weeks of work developing a segmented regression model for caribou.

 

The model would need to be implemented in R and roughly follow a previous publication. I hope to find someone who can work independently but I will be involved to support and oversee the project. The work needs to be completed by the end of October.  

 

If you know anyone who would be well suited to working on this project, interested in the work, and available, please have them contact me (604.360.0754).

 

Please feel free to share this email.

 

Thanks so much,

Laurie 

 

Laurie Ainsworth, Ph.D.

Principal Consultant, Statistician

 

ERM

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