Coding and Data Management Working Group
I founded a working group to help social scientists share practical tips about coding and data management. The working group is every other Friday this Fall semester from 12-1 pm.
The schedule is as follows:
September 6th: Using R and Python with Stata by Charles Seguin
September 20th: Egen and collapse by Jennifer Van Hook
October 4th: Putexcel: Make Stata make your tables for you by Anne Morse
October 18th: Introduction to Mata by Ashton Verdery
November 1st: Advanced imputation tips and tricks by Rebecca Bucci and Ted Greenfelder
November 15th: Intro to Git by Scott Yabiku
December 6th: Loops, locals and globals by Jonathan Daw
The event is co-sponsored by the Penn State Department of Sociology and Criminology and by the Population Research Institute, and the events are streamed live on the Population Research Institute's Facebook page. You can view the videos from past working groups below. You can also access all files from the Google Drive folder.
Special thank you to Marco Faytong, Jane Lankes and Russel Houtz for all your help!