|Social Science Data and Software (SSDS)||atlas ti, census, nvivo, sas, spss, stata, statistics, survey||
Social Science Data and Software (SSDS) is a group within the Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources (SULAIR) that provides services and support to Stanford faculty, staff and students in the acquisition of social science data and the selection and use of quantitative (statistical) and qualitative analysis software. SSDS staff provide these services in a variety of ways that include consulting, workshops and help documentation. We are located in the Social Sciences Resource Center (SSRC) on the first floor of the Green Library Bing Wing.
|Simon Jackman's Blog||data, elections, graphs, politics, polling, research, statistics||
Professor Simon Jackman from the Department of Political Science blogs on observations from the intersection of politics, statistics, computing and even a dash of graphic design. An expert on statistical methods and data analysis in the social sciences, Jackman routinely blogs on polls, sampling and electoral matters.
|Methods of Analysis Program||analysis, data, research, social science, statistics||
The Methods of Analysis Program in the Social Sciences (MAPSS) is intended to enhance the quality and vitality of empirical scientific research done by students and faculty throughout the social sciences at Stanford. We use the blog to post latest lectures, talks, and news from organizations like AAPOR.
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