IPR Methods Workshops

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The IPR Methods Workshop is a forum where affiliates share best practices and preferred tools for conducting research.  Weekly sessions consist of tutorials, open exchanges among participants, and everything in between.  We cover a range of topics that include transparent and reproducible research, programming and statistical software (including R and Python),  statistical methods, and how to make best use of available computing resources at Ohio State.  Our hope is to stay attuned to both demand and new methodological developments, so please reach out with ideas for future workshops. 

Research Scientist Jason Thomas is the organizer of this workshop series. Some of the material presented during the workshops is available at https://github.com/buckipr/IPR_Methods_Workshop

Registration: https://osu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tdeugqzoqGtGEvoM9t2wqJ31cj2rHUUfo

*Please note that only those registered for the event will receive the link to the workshop. 

Registration will only be required once for the Spring Methods Workshop.

 

Schedule (subject to change)

1/21 -  Overview of Open Science and the Role of GitHub

               + Jason Thomas, IPR Research Scientist

 

2/04 -  Statistical Analysis in Python

               + Jason Thomas, IPR Research Scientist

 

2/18 -  Example of Reproducible Research

               + Sam Clark, Professor of Sociology & IPR Affiliate

 

3/04 -  Exporting Stata Results to MS Word

               + Jason Thomas, IPR Research Scientist

 

3/18 -  Extraterrestrial Adventure: JupyterLab & Notebooks

               + Eungang (Peter) Choi, OSU Sociology Graduate Student & IPR Graduate

                 Affiliate

 

4/01 -  OSU Instructional Break (no session)

 

4/15 -  Using the Atom Text Editor for Running Code and Version Control