Darryl Creel serves as a senior research statistician in RTI’s Education Statistics Program and is an expert in survey sampling. His varied project work at RTI includes sample design, frame development, sample selection, nonresponse bias analysis, sample weighting, imputation for missing data, variance estimation, and analysis of complex survey data. Mr. Creel’s sampling experience includes single-mode and multimode surveys. His survey design objectives have included optimization of the sampling design to obtain population estimates, domain estimates, and designs that balance the differing objectives of population estimates. He is adept at preforming analysis of complex survey data, including descriptive statistics, parametric modeling, exploratory data analysis, and statistical visualizations. Mr. Creel has expertise in reporting that includes editing, table production, report writing, and statistical visualization.
Senior Research Statistician
MS, Statistical Science, George Mason University
BA, Economic Theory, The American University
BA, International Studies, The American University