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Python Bootcamp: Coding For, and As, Social Science

In the last few years, there has been a decline in the hype which once surrounded ‘big data.’ This could easily lead one to conclude that a fad has passed, but the reality is that we have entered a stage where we are grappling with its practical implications, rather than breathlessly greeting its arrival; a […]

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Where Should I Start – R or Python?

If you conduct social science research and you are using Stata, SAS, or SPSS, you might be looking to learn how to use some of the new tools on the block. R and Python are the two popular programming languages used by data analysts and data scientists, that provide many more features than the aforementioned […]

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Jason Jackson on Introduction to Python for Social Scientists

Dr. Jason Jackson is an independent scientist and director of Jackson Research Institute. He recently completed the SAGE Campus “Introduction to Python for Social Scientists” course and has shared his insight on the role that data science plays in the future research, and how he to intends to use his new Python skills. This post originally appeared […]

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