Thanks for visiting The Chemical Statistician! People often ask me for advice, and their requests are sometimes about technical topics in statistics or chemistry, and sometimes about professional development in statistics, business and science. If you would like to contact me, this page describes the best ways to do so, depending on the purpose or nature of your message.
Asking Eric for Advice
Please use the following guide to determine the best way to contact me.
Many of the questions that I get are professional in nature, and I have written many articles to address those common questions here on The Chemical Statistician. Before contacting me, you may find answers to your questions in my advice columns on my blog or on the Career Services Informer, a blog hosted by the Career Services Centre at Simon Fraser University. (I volunteered there as a Career Peer Educator for 6 years during my undergraduate education, and it is a pleasure to continue to give back to the students at SFU and everywhere in the world through this great centre and great blog.)
Do you have a quick comment or question, especially if others would benefit to know the answer? Is there a topic that you would like to suggest to me to write about on my blog?
- Contact me via Twitter @chemstateric.
Do you have a specific comment or question about one of my blog posts?
- Leave a comment at the bottom of the blog post. I check and approve the relevant comments fairly frequently.
Would you like to contact me about a professional opportunity or collaboration?
- Please contact me via LinkedIn, as I would appreciate the chance to learn about your professional background.
Any other general comments or questions?
- Please use the contact form below.