Tag Archives: Paideia
From 1pm-2pm on Friday, 1/23/2015 I’ll be leading an Introduction to Stata in ETC 211. Come join in! Materials for the workshop are here. (PSYCH_stata_workshop) Download the zipped file to your desktop, unzip it, and change your working directory to that … finish reading Workshop: Analysis using Stata : Psych Edition (Paideia)
I’ll be leading a one-hour intro to GIS, mapping, and geospatial analysis on Friday, 1/22, from 9-10 in ETC 205. Come join! Materials from the workshop are here (Mapping_GIS_Paideia). Download the zipped file to your desktop and unzip it – open datafiles … finish reading Workshop: Spatial Analysis + Mapping, Paideia 2015
From noon-1pm on Thursday, 1/22/2015 I’ll be leading an Introduction to Stata in ETC 205. Come join us! Materials for the workshop are here. Download the zipped file to your desktop, unzip it, and change your working directory to that file … finish reading Workshop: Introduction to Stata, Paideia 2015
Prepping for Paideia this year, I approached visiting professor Albert Kim about providing a quick one-hour introduction to R. R is the chosen platform for our introductory statistics course and is used by folks across all the sciences (social, physical, … finish reading Workshop: Introduction to R
My introduction to Paideia teaching was a grey Thursday in January 2013 — blessed be that first batch of students, for they were patient with the initial out-of-the-gates lecture, which I’ve since refined considerably.
The more I work with all-things-spatial, the more I want to infuse this sort of work across campus — maps as data visualizations, spatial context as framing for questions and answers, spatial patterns as answers and questions.