The Moon Under Water: The Realities of Reproducible Social Science Data
|Event Name||The Moon Under Water: The Realities of Reproducible Social Science Data|
|Start Date||27th Sep 2017 1:00pm|
|End Date||27th Sep 2017 2:00pm|
For the first seminar of the new academic year, Professor Vernon Gayle takes us further along on his quest for reproducible social science data. Can a sociological researcher follow Professor Philip Stark's checklist for reproducible research and undertake a plausible piece of analysis, using genuine large-scale data with realistic levels of messiness? Join us for this seminar and find out.
This event will take place on Wednesday, September 27 from 1pm-2.00pm in the Conference Room 2.15 on the 2nd floor of the Chrystal Macmillan Building.
Vernon Gayle will also offer a hands-on workshop right after his seminar in the same room.