METHODS BASICS

Just getting started? Need some help from class? We offer gentle introductions with examples of how to navigate software, data, and quantitative analysis.

Background

WORKFLOW 1 & 2

An introduction to our logic and system for doing analysis efficiently. This can help with coursework and specifically larger projects like that ever looming dissertation. Works for any type of research (quantitative, qualitative), software agnostic.

PICKING STATISTICAL SOFTWARE

R? SPSS? STATA? Excel? It's not about what is better it is about what fits what you need. Get a sense of each and how they can help you get what you need.

FINDING, IMPORTING, & CLEANING DATA

A 3 part series on locating free, open-source data for just about any project, how to download & import it, and how to clean it once you've got it

BASICS OF CODING AND SYNTAX

Does the idea of typing commands freak you out? We give a gentle introduction writing commands & syntax including: 
1. The grammar of syntax
2. How to understand the parts 
3. How to read and replicate code

CHOOSING A STATISTICAL TEST

Last Part! Which analysis to do and how to do it

R SERIES

5 Workshops covering R including Introduction, Graphics and Descriptives, and Advanced Techniques by our expert Teanna Moore

SPSS SERIES

3 workshops on how to fire up, import data, and get results in SPSS. Taught by our resident expert Yan 'Diane' Dai.

SURVEY DESIGN

Looking to build a survey? Here's how to do it right. Taught by our resident expert Yan 'Diane' Dai

QUAL FOR FREE: TAMS & TAGUETTE OPEN SOURCE CODING SOFTWARE

If you are working on qualitative research, programs can be expensive [we're looking at you Atlas.TI, NVivo, Dedoose!]. But TAMS does it all for free. We show you how.

INTRODUCTION TO ATLAS.TI

If you are doing qualitative research, we offer the first of a two part series qualitative software, featuring Atlas.ti.

INTRODUCTION TO NVIVO

The second part of our series on qualitative research software, featuring NVivo.