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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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Justin Wild, "Structural Equation Modeling in Open-Source Software" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2017-12-01)

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) offers flexible statistical models for the social science researcher. A variety of software packages are available for implementing SEM with researchers’…

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Jefferson Davis, "The Grammar of Graphics: An Introduction to ggplot2" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2017-10-13)

In The Grammar of Graphics, Leland Wilkinson created a systematic way to think about statistical graphics and the presentation of quantitative data. The package ggplot2 by Hadley Wickham implements…

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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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IU Workshop in Methods: NaLette Brodnax, "Introduction to Web Scraping with Python" (September 30, 2016)

Web scraping is a method of extracting and restructuring information from web pages. This workshop will introduce basic techniques for web scraping using the popular Python libraries BeautifulSoup…

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Dr. Regina Werum, "How Do you Write a Successful Grant Proposal? And Where Are the Funding Opportunities?" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2016-09-02)

Dr. Werum is a former Program Officer (Sociology) for the National Science Foundation. View accompanying materials on IUScholarWorks (presentation slides, event flyer)

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Abhinav Thota, "Introducing graphical access to IU’s supercomputers with Karst Desktop Beta" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2016-01-29)

Supercomputers are designed to use a command line interface and batch processing system. This means users accustomed to modern graphical interfaces must overcome a steep learning curve when switching…

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IU Workshop in Methods: Stephanie Dickinson, "Your Statistical Tool Belt" (2014-09-05)

This workshop will give an overview of how to identify what types of data analysis tools to use for a project, along with basic “DIY” instructions. We will discuss the most common…

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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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IU Workshop in Methods: Dr. Tim F. Liao, "Visualizing Sequences in the Social Sciences: Relative Frequency Sequence Plots" (2013-04-05)

Visualization is a potentially powerful tool for exploration and complexity reduction of categorical sequence data. This presentation discusses currently available sequence visualization against…

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IU Workshop in Methods: Dr. Tim F. Liao, "Visualizing Sequences in the Social Sciences: Relative Frequency Sequence Plots" (2013-04-05)

Visualization is a potentially powerful tool for exploration and complexity reduction of categorical sequence data. This presentation discusses currently available sequence visualization against…

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Dr. James Ziliak and Dr. Charles Hokayem, "Kentucky Research Data Center Infosession" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2017-09-22)

Friday, September 22, 2017 Dr. James Ziliak and Dr. Charles Hokayem, "Kentucky Research Data Center Infosession" Social Science Research Commons (Woodburn Hall 200), 2pmThe Kentucky…

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Dr. Robert Calin-Jageman, "The New Statistics and Open Science: How to get started" (IU Workshop in Methods, 2017-09-29)

Recently the Association for Psychological Science revised its publication guidelines to reward Open Science practices and to encourage the use of the “New Statistics” as a better…

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02/15/2016 - Alston, Mueller, Nonnenmacher: “Institutions and Interest Groups: Economic and Political Performance”

We analyze how institutions determine the emergence, organization, and strategies of interest groups, as well as their impacts on economic performance. In early self-interest models of interest group…

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02/08/2016 - Gary Libecap: Economic Analysis of Property Rights: First Possession of Water in the American West

We analyze the economic determinants and long-run e↵ects of prior appropriation surface water rights from 1852 to 2013 and show how formal property rights developed to generate the discovery of…

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02/01/2016 - Colloquium Presentation, Barbara Cherry: Historical Distortion: How Misuse of “Public Utility and “Natural Monopoly” Misdirects U.S. Telecommunications Policy Development

“Public utility” and “natural monopoly” have been misused in U.S. telecommunications policy debates. Opponents of network neutrality mischaracterize common carriage regulation…

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01/25/2016 Colloquium - David Samuels: “Inequality and Democratic Survival”

Conventional wisdom holds that democracy endures in rich countries but is unstable in poor ones. Building on Ansell and Samuels (2014), we suggest that the sources of democratic stability lie not…

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