Tag Archives: Social Sciences

Spatial Analysis for the Social Sciences

Do concepts of space and geography play a big role in the questions you’re interested in? These concepts are prominent across the social sciences, in disciplines as diverse as anthropology, criminology, demography, political science, public health, and sociology, and on subjects as different as tribal customs, residential segregation, disease clusters, ...

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Time Series Analysis for the Social Sciences

Observational political science overwhelmingly involves phenomena that occur and change over time. Temporal dependencies abound both between and within many social processes. Of course, failing to account for temporal dependencies in dynamic data violates the classical regression assumptions. Yet unfortunately some analysts seem to view the dynamic processes in their ...

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