Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)

Methods crash courses-AISSR Flying Circus (March 2018)

In Spring 2018, the Methods Expertise Center of the AISSR will offer its annual Flying Circus of crash courses on various methods, usually half a day for each.

To match  the offerings with your interests, please tell us January 12 the latest what you want, in an email to: Jeroen Bruggeman, j.p.bruggeman@uva.nl, with subject [MEC]

To give you an impression but no promise, these courses we had during the past several years: Atlas.ti [do you want introductory or advanced?], GIS, Social Network Analysis, LaTeX, Uses and interpretations of regression coefficients, Multivariate and multilevel statistics, Visual methods, Big data [do you want to scrape or analyze texts or numbers?], Using UvA’s Supercomputer [for what?], Introduction to R [texts or numbers?], Introduction to Python [texts or numbers?], among others.

If less than four people are interested in a course, we try to direct them to other institutions or we give them personal advice rather than organizing a crash course, though. Our courses are for free for AISSR members and open to a limited number of Research Master students and teachers who are not AISSR members.

More information will follow. You can also visit the websection of the AISSR Methods Expertise Centre.

Published by  AISSR

22 December 2017