Recent community recommended links
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Summary of discussion on the POLMETH mailing list regarding Pollock's "Introduction to Political Analysis" text and associated workbooks, June 2012.
Post from Paul Gronke on the POLMETH mailing list providing a link to a resource for potential R users who currently use Stata. Direct link to the original post: http://www.r-bloggers.com/why-r-is-hard-to-learn/
A video introduction to LaTex from Ohio State University's Program in Statistics and Methodology (PRISM) fellows Ben Jones and Matthew Hitt.
A video introduction to STATA statistical software from Ohio State University's Program in Statistics and Methodology fellows Daniel Blake and Ben Jones.
Open content resources by Chris Lawrence.
Links to selected data sources
Links to selected data sources.
The goal of the Stata Tutorial, R Tutorial and other documents presented here is to serve as learning tools for classes requiring data analysis or for independent research requiring quantitative or statistical analysis (JPs, senior thesis,...
A self-guided tour to help you find and analyze data. The goal is to provide basic learning tools for classes, research and/or professional development
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Comparative Politics, Volume 43, Number 2, January 2011.
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Comparative Politics, Volume 43, Number 3, April 2011.
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Comparative Politics, Volume 44, Number 1, October 2011.
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Comparative Politics, Volume 44, Number 3, April 2012.
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Comparative Politics, Volume 43, Number 4, July 2011.
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