Longitudinal Data Analysis for Social Scientists

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/25/2018 - 09/26/2018
9:00 am

Location
Edinburgh

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AQMeN

AQMEN is hosting a course entitled “Longitudinal Data Analysis for Social Scientists“, on September 26 at the University of Edinburgh. This is a two-day hands on training workshop led by Professor Vernon Gayle, aimed at researchers who wish to engage with longitudinal data but have no clear point of access.

AQMEN is an established provider of training, capacity building and knowledge exchange activities in the area of statistical methods and data analysis. AQMEN is based in the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh.

Longitudinal Data Analysis

Across the social sciences there is widespread agreement that longitudinal data provides powerful research resources. Many books and courses on longitudinal data analysis are oriented towards statistics and they often lack adequate coverage of the common practical challenges associated with undertaking ‘real’ research. This workshop is specially designed for social scientists. It provides a brief and highly accessible introduction to quantitative longitudinal data analysis using Stata software.

The course is suitable for post-graduate students and social researchers. Specifically topics covered during the course include:

  • Longitudinal research designs
  • The research value of longitudinal data
  • Sources of longitudinal data
  • Repeated cross-sectional data, and more.

Registration

The cost for the two day course is €400. A discount is given to students and academics. If you are interested in attending this course CLICK HERE to be sent to the registration page.


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