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Helge-Johannes Marahrens, "Introduction to Python for Social Scientists" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2018-02-09)

Friday, February 9, 2018 Helge-Johannes Marahrens, "Introduction to Python for Social Scientists" 2-4pm, Social Science Research Commons Grand Hall (Woodburn Hall 200)This workshop is…

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Dr. John K. Kruschke, "Analyzing ordinal data with metric models: What could possibly go wrong?" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2018-03-23)

Friday, March 23, 2018 Dr. John Kruschke, "Analyzing ordinal data with metric models: What could possibly go wrong?" 2-4pm, Social Science Research Commons Grand Hall (Woodburn Hall…

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Dr. Olga Scrivner, "Introduction to Web Scraping with Python" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2018-02-23)

Friday, February 23, 2018 Dr. Olga Scrivner, "Introduction to Web Scraping Using Python" 2-4pm, Social Science Research Commons Grand Hall (Woodburn Hall 200)In this workshop, you will…

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Dr. Richard Ball and Norm Medeiros, "Documenting Quantitative Research for Transparency and Reproducibility: Principles and Standards" (IU Workshop in Methods, January 26, 2018)

This talk will present a set of standards for the replication documentation (data, code, and supporting information) that authors should assemble and make public when they release studies reporting…

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NaLette Brodnax, "Introduction to Python" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2016-09-23)

Python is a widely used, general purpose programming language. This workshop will introduce the basic elements of Python that are commonly used for data cleaning, analysis, visualization, and other…

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Dr. Maria Kaylen, "An Introduction to Logistic Regression in Stata" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2014-04-11)

Logistic regression is a commonly used type of analysis in the social sciences and other fields in which the outcome of interest is dichotomous. This workshop takes a hands-on approach to utilizing…

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