We regularly organize introductory, intermediary, and advanced workshops on a diversity of research methods.
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Introduction to Statistical Analysis for Social Sciences with R
This course introduces participants to the R environment to perform basic statistical methods (such as correlations and linear regression) for analyzing social science data, as well as provides ways to vizualize data (scatterplots, boxplots).
Applying Social Network Analysis
This course provides an overview of different levels at which social network data can be analysed. We start with an analysis at the group level (density, centralization and subgroups) and then move to analysis at the individual level (focusing on measures of position). Finally network analysis at the dyad level is discussed.
Longitudinal Analysis for Social Sciences
This course offers an overview of statistical techniques for analyzing repeated responses obtained over time.
This course introduces important ways to analyse unstructured text.