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Numbers Rule Your World
Numbers Rule Your World: The hidden influence of probability and statistics on everything you do." It is published by McGraw-Hil
Larry Wasserman's (positive) review of "The Search...
What can search predict?
Numbers Rule Your World
Though the suspense is killing me,I hope it lasts!
The Gender Wage Gap, by State
We have blogged and written extensively about the gender pay gap, much of which is *not *attributable to discrimination, as is commonly invoked. President ...
Conventions, novelty and the double edge
This chart from Reuters is making the rounds on Twitter today. Quickly, tell me whether the Gun Law in Florida did well or poorly. That of course is the enti...
Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
When you believe in things that you don’t understand
This would make Karl Popper cry. And, at the very end: The present results indicate that under certain, theoretically predictable circumstances, female o...
Mapping a century of earthquakes
[image: A century of earthquakes] Earthquakes are in the news a lot lately. A quick search shows a 7.6 off the coast of the Solomon …
Interfacing R with Web technologies
A new Task View on CRAN will be of anyone who needs to connect R with Web-based applications. The Web Technologies and Services Task View lists R functions a...
Complexity and Social Networks Blog
Workshop on Github on April 15 at noon (CCNR @ Northeastern)
Please join us for this workshop on Github. GitHub Basics Tuesday, April 15 Center for Complex Network Research Dana Building, 5th Floor 12:00-1:30 pm with N...
The Quantitative Peace
I am currently working on migrating the blog from Typepad to Wordpress, so we may experience some significant disruptions over the next week or two. As such,...
Kenneth Benoit's Home Page
Quantitative Text Analysis (TCD)
Short Outline The course surveys methods for systematically extracting quantitative information from text for social scientific purposes, starting with cla...
FiveThirtyEight: Politics Done Right
New Home for FiveThirtyEight
This blog contains archived content which is not being updated. Current content can be found at www.fivethirtyeight.com.
The Monkey Cage
Tomorrow We Move to the Washington Post. Here Is How to Follow Us.
We will be debuting at the Washington Post tomorrow—Wednesday, September 25. Soon thereafter, our current URL —themonkeycage.org—will redirect to their si...
Social Science Statistics Blog
App Stats: Roberts, Stewart, and Tingley on "Topic models for open ended survey responses with applications to experiments"
We hope you can join us this Wednesday, May 1, 2013 for the Applied Statistics Workshop. Molly Roberts, Brandon Stewart, and Dustin Tingley, all from the Dep...
Zero Intelligence Agents
Revisiting “Ranking the popularity of programming languages”: creating tiers
In a post on dataists almost two years ago, John Myles White and I posed the question: “How would you rank the popularity of a programming language?”. F...
I realize that I haven’t been posting much here. We had some plans to use the Applied Statistics blog for other purposes but it didn’t really work out, so ...
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