- Published on: 2017-01-20
- Event hosted by: NCRM
- Keywords: social statistics | social surveys | statistical research | jupyter notebook | open source applications |
- To cite this resource:
Gayle, V. (2017) Introduction to social science research methods. National Centre for Research Methods online learning resource. Available at http://www.ncrm.ac.uk/resources/online/jupyter_notebooks/ [ accessed: November 21, 2017]'
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Related datasets and other links
- GAYLE, V. & LAMBERT, P. 2017. The Workflow: A Practical Guide to Producing Accurate, Efficient, Transparent and Reproducible Social Survey Data Analysis, ESRC National Centre for Research Methods Working Paper Producing Accurate, Efficient, Transparent and Reproducible Social Survey Data Analysis
- LONG, J. S. 2009. The Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata, College Station, Stata Press.
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All relevant references can be listed here along with browsable links to other existing resources in NCRM
Allison, P. D. ( 2005). Fixed Effects Regression Methods for Longitudinal Data Using SAS. Cary, NC.:SAS Institute Inc.
Bollen, K. (1989). Structural Equations with Latent Variables. New York: Wiley.
Bailey, C. (2001) Geographers doing household research: Intrusive research and moral accountability, Area, 33, 1, 107-109.
Bakardjieva, M. and Feenberg, A. (2001) Involving the virtual subject, Ethics and Information Technology, 2, 4, 233-240.
Barnes, S. B. (2004) Issues of attribution and identification in online social research, in Johns, M. D., Chen, S. S. and Hall, G. J. (Eds.) (2004) Online Social Research: Methods, Issues, and Ethics. New York. Peter Lang. pp. 203-222.
Recommended readings etc. (which uathor may deem appropriate (could be event, NCRM resource, book chapter etc.
Bulloch, SarahUsing Structural Equation Modelling to re-examine the association between gender and social trust: the search for measurement equivalence. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2008, 30th June - 3rd July 2008, St Catherine's College, Oxford.Download from http://eprints.ncrm.ac.uk/303/
Mehta, P. & Neale, M. (2005) People are variables too: Multilevel structural equations modeling. Psychological Methods, 10, 259-284. Download from http://statmodel.com/download/mehtaneale.PDF
Preacher, K., Zyphur, M. & Zhang, Z. (2010). A general multilevel SEM framework for assessing multilevel mediation. Psychological Methods, 15, 209-233. Download from http://statmodel.com/download/pzz_012610_for_web.pdf
Past videos by Vernon Gayle
Find Vernon Gayle elsewhere on NCRM
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