ECPR Winter School
University of Bamberg, Bamberg
22 February - 1 March 2019


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SS01Seasoned Scholar Workshop: Quantitative MethodsTamás Rudas View Course Details
SS02Seasoned Scholar Workshop: Multi-Method Designs, Case-Oriented and Comparative MethodsBenoît Rihoux View Course Details
WA101Philosophy and Methodology of the Social SciencesBenjamin Herborth View Course Details
WA102Foundations of Set-Theoretic and Case-Oriented Thinking and MethodologyEva Thomann View Course Details
WA103Tools for the Analysis of Complex Social Systems: An IntroductionLasse Gerrits View Course Details
WA104Programming in LaTeX for Social Scientific Document PreparationConstantin Manuel Bosancianu View Course Details
WA105Automated Web Data Collection with RDominic Nyhuis View Course Details
WA106AIntroduction to R (entry level)Thorsten Schnapp View Course Details
WA106BIntroduction to R (for participants with some prior knowledge in command-line programming)Florian Weiler View Course Details
WA107Introduction to StataDiana Schacht View Course Details
WA109Regression Refresher (before you take a more advanced stats course)Levente Littvay View Course Details
WA110Discourse Network Analysis (DNA)Philip Leifeld View Course Details
WA112Maximum Likelihood EstimationSusumu Shikano View Course Details
WA114Introduction to NVivo for Qualitative Data AnalysisMarie-Hélène Paré View Course Details
WA115Introduction to MAXQDA a Qualitative and Mixed Methods Data Analysis SoftwareFrancisco Freitas View Course Details
WA116Vignette Methods in Interpretive ResearchMarie Østergaard Møller View Course Details
WB101Working with Concepts in the Social SciencesFrederic Schaffer View Course Details
WB102Comparative Research DesignsBenoît Rihoux View Course Details
WB103Comparative Historical AnalysisMarkus Kreuzer View Course Details
WB104Introduction to Process TracingKim Sass Mikkelsen View Course Details
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