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Best Books for Social Scientists on Bayesian Analysis

July 16, 2012
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I list and discuss the three books on Bayesian analysis that I recommend to social scientists.

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Musings on Correlation (or yet another reason I fear for those non-methodologically inclined students in my cohort)

August 12, 2011
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Musings on Correlation (or yet another reason I fear for those non-methodologically inclined students in my cohort)

I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means for two variables to be correlated.  Scientists throw around the term like it’s uniformly understood, but I fear that an understanding of the concept is elusive to substantive researchers who aren’t interested in empirical methods, except as a means by which we can demonstrate that our

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