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Denis Cohen
Poltical science postdoc . Political preferences, voting behavior, political competition, quantitative methods. Co-organizer of .
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 8
Found the ideal meme to summarize my research...
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Alexander Wuttke Aug 7
Liebe Uni Mannheim, Ich habe mir gerade einmal eure Gesamtliste von Ehrendoktoren angesehen. 50 Männern habt ihr bisher diese Ehren verliehen 🏆 Wo aber finde ich denn eure Gesamtliste der Ehrendoktorinnen? Habe ich sie übersehen oder warum finde ich keine einzige Frau?
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MZES Methods Bites Aug 7
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 12/12 🥳 We conclude our series with our newest post on how to write an package📦and how to get it published on by and
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MZES Methods Bites Aug 6
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 11/12 🥳 In today’s repost, presents how to extract information from web logs, shows how they can be used for social research & concludes with a short discussion of how to handle from web logs👩‍💻👨‍💻
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MZES Methods Bites Aug 5
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 10/12 🥳 Our series continues with a hands-on guide on how to use with 🌱by and . It comes with two templates for empirical scientific papers that are published on
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MZES Methods Bites Aug 4
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 9/12 🥳 Today’s repost by , , , and Oliver Rittmann illustrates the workflow and best practices for efficient data management with .
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MZES Methods Bites Aug 3
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 8/12 🥳 This repost is all about (that) Bayes 🎉 provides an applied introduction to using , a platform for statistical modeling and statistical inference.
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 31
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 7/12 🥳 In today's part of our series, and show how to develop and deploy interactive ShinyApps in for presenting data and estimates.
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 30
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 6/12 🥳 Today's throwback post by and shows how to use and for analyzing . Focus: Supervised and unsupervised classifiers for topic models.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Jul 29
Now out in print (and open access). In the new issue of the APSR, and I analyze how political parties adjust their policy positions in response to patterns of vote switching (voter transitions).
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Denis Cohen Jul 29
If you haven't already, check out and the legislatoR interface. Great resource for people studying parliaments and legislators!
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Anna Adendorf Jul 28
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 28
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 4/12 🥳 Another day, another repost: This tutorial by and showcases various applications of quantitative text analysis using , incl. topic modeling, sentiment analysis, and scaling.
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Denis Cohen Jul 27
🆕3 postdoctoral fellowships ! 1) Fellowship Sociology: 2) Fellowship Political Science: 3) Fellowship Migration and Integration Research (Sociology): DL August 28. Please share!
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 27
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 3/12 🥳 Today's repost is this tutorial by and . It shows how to collect and analyze Twitter data using and discusses opportunities and limitations for social science research.
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 24
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 2/12 🥳 In today's repost, we revisit & Richard Traunmüller's tutorial on visual inference, the process of scanning for graphical anomalies compared to simulated reference distributions under the null:
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 23
Methods Bites Anniversary Series, Part 1/12 🥳 This blog post by & Richard Traunmüller shows how to visualize multivariate variable distributions and statistical results, plus how to do visual inference using
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 23
Replying to @mzes_ssdl
And lastly, a quick reminder that you can always get in touch with us if you have suggestions for future topics, if you would like to give a presentation in our event series, or if you would like to write a blog post on Methods Bites! /5
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MZES Methods Bites Jul 23
On July 23, 2019, we ( ) launched our blog Methods Bites. One year and 12 blog posts later, we are extremely happy that it is still going strong! 👇 / 1
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