Statistical Analysis of Parliaments and Legislatures for Dabblers – 25 May

Sign up for Statistical Analysis of Parliaments and Legislatures for Dabblers workshop

Statistical Analysis of Parliaments and Legislatures for Dabblers – 25 May

Time: 11.00-15.00 (with lunch provided)
Date: Friday, 25 May 2018
Venue: University of Birmingham (Room TBC)

This workshop is open to all, but is aimed at those with little or no previous experience of quantitative statistics but who believe it may be useful for them in their current or future research.

The workshop will be based around the conveners’ British Academy-funded research project on select committees. Each stage of the project – from initial inspiration through data collection and analysis to finished article – will be outlined and discussed in terms of both methodological and practical considerations so that participants have an idea of what the research process entails and what hazards and opportunities to look out for along the way. It will cover such things as finding out about available data, the different software that may be useful, and working with external stakeholders and experts.

The workshop will be run by Stephen Bates (who remains a relative novice when it comes to quantitative statistics) and Steve McKay (who is an old-hand at this kind of thing).

Attendance and lunch are free but participants will have to cover their travel costs. The PSA Parliaments group are able to offer a limited number of travel bursaries of up to £50 to PhD students who sign up to the event (4 available in total).

To register for the workshop, please email Stephen Bates (s.r.bates[at]bham[dot]ac[dot]uk).

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