Few spots available - 40th GESIS Methods Seminar - 14 September to 2 October 2020

The 40th GESIS Methods Seminar that will take place from 14 September to 2 October 2020. For the first time since it was established, the Methods Seminar will take place online as a virtual methods school via Zoom.

The software used is either freely available or can be provided by us as a temporary full version.

 

For detailed course descriptions and registration visit  www.gesis.org/methodenseminar

 

// GESIS Methods Seminar 2020

 

_Courses with free places

 

Uni- und bivariate Statistik mit Stata (in German)

14-18 September

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Schnettler, Andreas Filser

Content: Einführung in Stata, Deskriptive Statistik, Inferenzstatistik, Chi-Quadrat, Pearsons r, einfache lineare Regression, Datenvisualisierung

Einführung in die Regressionsanalyse mit Stata (in German)
21-25 September

Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel, Dr. Jonas Voßemer

Content: multiple lineare Regression, logistische Regression, Kausalanalyse, Regressionsannahmen, Modellspezifikation, Hypothesentests, Dummy-Variablen, Interaktionseffekte

Introduction to Social Network Science with Python (in English)
21-25 September

Dr. Haiko Lietz, Lisette Elizabeth Espín-Noboa, Olga Zagovora

Content: network analysis, network visualization, centrality, brokerage & closure, community detection, hypothesis testing

 

_Courses fully booked (with waiting lists)

 

Einführung in die Panel- und Mehrebenenanalyse mit Stata (in German)

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schunck, Prof. Dr. Janna Teltemann

Introduction to Python for Social Scientists (in English)

Dr. Arnim Bleier, Indira Sen

Introduction to Data Science with Python (in English)

Dr. Arnim Bleier, Dr. Fabian Flöck, Dr. Juhi Kulshrestha

Text Mining with R (in English)
Dr. Andreas Niekler, Dr. Gregor Wiedemann

Thanks to our cooperation with the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities at the University of Cologne, participants of the Methods Seminar may earn 2 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) points per course for active participation.

For detailed course descriptions and registration visit  www.gesis.org/methodenseminar