Posts Tagged ‘ Methods/Statistics ’

Two Free Sets of Methods Lectures

July 23, 2012
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I provide links to two (free, publicly available) graduate level political methodology classes by Justin Esarey (Rice University) and Gary King (Harvard University). Both classes focus on statistical theory and modeling in R.

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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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Three Questions about a Matrix of Coefficient Plots

July 4, 2012
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It's Independence Day in the U.S., so I am taking the day off, but I received the following request for advice and thought I'd pass it along to my readers. I wonder if you could help – I am trying to create 9 different coefficient plots , which repr...

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