Monthly Archives: September 2013

Back in the computer lab – questions answered

I signed up to teach again this semester.  I am demonstrating on a rather nice course covering social science data and methods using Stata (STAT6077, for those in Southampton: it was the course that made me realise I was doing … Continue reading

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Mystery

I spoke yesterday at the Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference about the first paper of my PhD. I finally answered the question I asked two years ago in this post: http://www.confoundingfactor.org/archives/145 For those who are interested, the answer is: the … Continue reading

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Another advantage of longitudinal data

I have been having trouble formulating an important argument in one of my PhD papers, so I’m going to rehearse it here.  If anyone could help me to refine it, I’d be eternally grateful if you’d let me know… Longitudinal … Continue reading

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