Still making a list of summer plans? As you gear up for summer, keep in mind that the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan is offering a wide range of classes on quantitative data-analysis. Whether you are a beginner or you are ready to study more advanced techniques, the program has something unique to offer each individual. Course instruction is centered around interactive, participatory data-analysis within a broader context of substantive social research.
Courses for the summer 2014 program are offered in two four-week sessions, May through August. These sessions include lecture, seminar, and workshop formats with participants from a diverse range of departments, universities, and organizations.
The following are a few examples of courses that will be offered:
Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
Introduction to Regression
Introduction to Computing
Linear Models and Beyond
Hierarchical Linear and Multilevel Models
Categorical Data Analysis
Race and Ethnicity
Curating Data & Providing Data Services
Designing, Conducting, and Analyzing Field Experiments
Applied Bayesian Modeling
Advanced Time Series
The R Statistical Computing Environment
Multivariate Statistical methods
Scaling and Dimensional Analysis
Intro & Advanced Network Analysis
Empirical Modeling for Theory Evaluation
Registration is now open. There are also a few free workshops that will be offered over the summer, but registration for those sessions ends May 15, 2014 and seats are limited!
Call: (734) 763-7400