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Recommended reading

  • University of Essex, Institute for Social and Economic Research. (2022). Understanding Society: Waves 1-12, 2009-2021 and Harmonised BHPS: Waves 1-18, 1991-2009. [data collection]. 17th Edition. UK Data Service. SN: 6614,
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  • Ward, B.W., 2013. What’s better—R, SAS®, SPSS®, or Stata®? Thoughts for instructors of statistics and research methods courses. Journal of Applied Social Science, 7(1), pp.115-120.
  • Long, J.S. and Long, J.S., 2009. The workflow of data analysis using Stata (p. 379). College Station, TX: Stata Press.
  • MacInnes, J., 2016. An introduction to secondary data analysis with IBM SPSS statistics. Sage.
  • Wickham, H., Çetinkaya-Rundel, M. and Grolemund, G., 2023. R for data science. O'Reilly Media, Inc.
  • Tukey, J.W., 1977. Exploratory data analysis. Addison-Wesley.
  • Elliott, M., 2009. Exploring data: an introduction to data analysis for social scientists. Polity.
  • Fogarty, B.J., 2018. Quantitative social science data with R: an introduction. Quantitative Social Science Data with R. Sage.
  • Mehmetoglu, M. and Jakobsen, T.G., 2022. Applied statistics using Stata: a guide for the social sciences. Sage.
  • Treiman, D.J., 2014. Quantitative data analysis: Doing social research to test ideas. John Wiley & Sons.