Our reports are presented in a very accessible formats, in easy to read charts, graphs, and tables to help sponsoring and collaborating organizations effectively interpret and share results with others. GIS mapping capability is often used to enhance the visual impact of The Benjamin Center reports.
Our work demonstrates command of a diversity of qualitative and quantitative methodologies: e.g., survey research, secondary data analysis, focus groups, and in-depth case studies. Members of our group are conversant with a range of statistical techniques and trained in multiple sampling methodologies and data analysis. We provide sophisticated modeling, multivariate, time series, and survival analyses.
We have extensive experience in survey development and assessment of survey validity, and have used a variety of data collection modalities: telephone, computer-assisted, web-based, pen and paper, mail, face-to-face, and data abstraction/chart review. We are very familiar with available secondary data sources, and are skilled at creating tailored databases from multiple sources in support of study goals
We provide our partners with the planning and implementation of systematic evaluation to strengthen grant proposals and comprehensively measure the efficacy and efficiency of existing and new programs.