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Introduction to Stata

Introduction to Stata will cover the fundamentals of the Stata environment and introduce participants to reproducible data analysis workflows using common tasks related to data manipulation, programming of statistical analyses, and generation of graphical output. There will be ample breaks throughout the day, including a longer break for lunch on your own.

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Introduction to R

Introduction to R will introduce applied researchers to concepts necessary to get started programming within a statistical environment. This boot camp will utilize a very hands on approach with the goal to have participants become very comfortable both with R and with statistical programming in general should they decide to use another language. There will be ample breaks throughout the day, including a longer break for lunch on your own.

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Introduction to Research Methods (part 1)

Introduction to Research Methods is a three day workshop which will focus on concepts and how to investigate ideas and attack problems in a statistical and computational fashion. Topics include testing ideas, measurement issues, data integrity, computational thinking, pattern recognition and model building, and reproducibility.

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Introduction to Research Methods (part 2)

Introduction to Research Methods is a three day workshop which will focus on concepts and how to investigate ideas and attack problems in a statistical and computational fashion. Topics include testing ideas, measurement issues, data integrity, computational thinking, pattern recognition and model building, and reproducibility.

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Introduction to Research Methods (part 3)

Introduction to Research Methods is a three day workshop which will focus on concepts and how to investigate ideas and attack problems in a statistical and computational fashion. Topics include testing ideas, measurement issues, data integrity, computational thinking, pattern recognition and model building, and reproducibility.

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