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October 2019

Mixing it up: Understanding and using mixed methods research in social sciences

October 15

Mixing it up: Understanding and using mixed methods research in social sciences Organised by University of Oxford Presenter Dr Ariel Lindorff Date 15/10/2019 - 09/12/2019 Venue N/A Contact Graham Cockerill, 01865 286938 gradschool@conted.ox.ac.uk Description Mixing it up: Understanding and using mixed methods research in social sciences 15 October – 9 Dec 2019 This is an accredited online course for researchers interested in mixed methods. The course has a strong conceptual and theoretical component but it aims to be practical and…

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Introduction to Python

October 17 - October 18

Introduction to Python Organised by Royal Statistical Society Presenter Rob Mastrodomenico Date 17/10/2019 - 18/10/2019 Venue 12 Errol Street, London Map View in Google Maps  (EC1Y 8LX) Contact training@rss.org.uk Description This course is intended to be an introduction to the Python programming language. Through the use of taught material and practical examples, participants will build up the skills needed to perform data analysis using Python. Level Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge) Cost 478.00 Website and registration https://events.rss.org.uk/rss/257/home Region Greater…

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Foundations of Evaluation

October 17

Foundations of Evaluation Organised by Social Research Association Presenter Professor David Parsons Date 17/10/2019 Venue Grand Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, London (tbc) Map View in Google Maps  (WC2B 5DA) Contact Lindsay Adams T: 0207 255 0695 E: Lindsay.Adams@the-sra.org.uk Description Over the years the discipline of evaluation has evolved and developed and is applied to many policies and practices. It forms the core of policy, accountability and strategic planning processes of many different types of organisations, and informs decision making about…

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Spatial Analytics for Public Health Researchers

October 18

Spatial Analytics for Public Health Researchers Organised by University of Leeds, Leeds Institute for Data Analytics Presenter Dr Michelle Morris Date 18/10/2019 Venue Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA) Level 11, Worsley Building University of Leeds Map View in Google Maps  (LS2 9NL) Contact Kylie Norman, 0113 3430242, k.r.norman@leeds.ac.uk Description This 1 day course offers an introduction to spatial analytics in a public health context. As spatial data sets get larger, more sophisticated software needs to be harnessed for their analysis.…

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Impact Evaluation (Advanced): Understanding Options, Choices and Practice

October 18

Impact Evaluation (Advanced): Understanding Options, Choices and Practice Organised by Social Research Association Presenter Professor David Parsons Date 18/10/2019 Venue Grand Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, London (tbc) Map View in Google Maps  (WC2B 5DA) Contact Lindsay Adams T: 0207 255 0695 E: Lindsay.Adams@the-sra.org.uk Description For government and its agencies, the European Commission, the Lottery, and charitable Trusts, evaluation has become a cornerstone in the use, accountability and effectiveness of new policies, programmes and initiatives. Different theories, options and alternative methods…

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Introduction to Machine Learning in R

October 22 - October 23

Introduction to Machine Learning in R Organised by Royal Statistical Society Presenter Doug Ashton / Chris Musselle Date 22/10/2019 - 23/10/2019 Venue 12 Errol Street, London Map View in Google Maps  (EC1Y 8LX) Contact training@rss.org.uk Description This is a two day curse covering the fundamentals of machine learning and the methology for applying these to real-world analytics problems. The course outlines the stages involved in a machine learning analysis, and walks through how to perform them using the R programming language…

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SPSS USERS MEETING – STATISTICS COURSES AND TALKS

October 25

SPSS USERS MEETING - STATISTICS COURSES AND TALKS Organised by SPSS USERS GROUP (ASSESS) Presenter DR PETER WATSON Date 25/10/2019 Venue UNIVERSITY OF YORK, YORK, UK Map View in Google Maps  (YO10 5DD) Contact PETER WATSON Telephone enquiries about bookings: 01223 766166 x69479 or 01223 769479 (direct line) (has an answerphone). E-mail enquiries about bookings: peter.watson@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk (important:put ‘ASSESS’ in the Subject field) Description ASSESS: IBM SPSS STATISTICS USERS CONFERENCE: PRESENTATIONS & COURSES FRIDAY 25TH OCTOBER 2019, UNIVERSITY OF YORK, UK ALCUIN…

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Publication Quality Charts withggplot2

October 29 - October 30

Publication Quality Charts withggplot2 Organised by Royal Statistical Society Presenter Martin John Hadley Date 29/10/2019 - 30/10/2019 Venue 12 Errol Street, London Map View in Google Maps  (EC1Y 8LX) Contact training@rss.org.uk Description This course will introduce hoe the Tidyverse and ggplot2 can be used to reproductibly create publication quality charts from R. Level Intermediate (some prior knowledge) Cost 478.00 Website and registration https://events.rss.org.uk/rss/259/home Region Greater London Keywords Qualitative Data Handling and Data Analysis, Statistics Related publications and presentations Qualitative Data Handling…

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Using Creative Research Methods

October 29

Using Creative Research Methods Course Code HUB-16-18/19-P-R Organised by NCRM, University of Southampton Presenter Dr Helen Kara Date 29/10/2019 Venue Queen's University Belfast, University Rd, Belfast, Map View in Google Maps  (BT7 1NN) Contact Jacqui Thorp Training and Capacity Building Co-ordinator National Centre for Research Methods Tel: 02380 594069 Email: jmh6@soton.ac.uk Description This course will outline creative research methods and show you how to use them appropriately at every stage of the research process. The course assumes that you have a…

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Programming with Python for Social Science Bootcamp

October 29 - November 1

Programming with Python for Social Science Bootcamp Course Code MAN-20-18/19-P-R Organised by The University of Manchester Presenter Dr Phillip Brooker and Dr Mark Carrigan Date 29/10/2019 - 01/11/2019 Venue The University of Manchester, Oxford Road Map View in Google Maps  (M139PL) Contact Claire Spencer, 0161 275 4579, claire.spencer@manchester.ac.uk Description This four-day bootcamp is aimed at academics and postgraduate researchers across the social sciences wishing to build skills with computer programming as a research method. The event will provide participants with not only…

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