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Data Analysis for Social Science Data Analysis for Social Science: A Friendly and Practical Introduction
Elena Llaudet and Kosuke Imai

Below you will find the Student and Instructor Resources for the book Data Analysis for Social Science: A Friendly and Practical Introduction
 

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DSS [ZIP]

This zipped folder contains all the files used in Data Analysis for Social Science. It contains all the real-world data sets analyzed and the code to analyze them. For further details on the contents of the folder, please see the "README" file in the folder. (For easy access, we recommend saving the folder on your Desktop. This is where the code used throughout the book assumes the DSS folder is located. If you choose to save the folder elsewhere, the book also provides instructions for making the necessary changes to the code. By default, your computer will likely save the zipped DSS folder to your Downloads. To unzip it, you can double click on it. To move the unzipped folder, you can copy and paste it or drag it to the new location.)

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Instructor Course Materials [ZIP]

This zipped folder contains course materials from Llaudet's undergraduate introductory course, including her syllabus, lecture slides, in-class exercises, problem sets with solutions, and additional real-world datasets as well as instructions on how to modify the materials. (For more details, please see the "README" file.)

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Additional Exercises by Chapter [ZIP]

This zipped folder contains additional exercises with solutions as well as the additional real-world datasets analyzed. (For more details, please see the "README" files included in every folder and main subfolder.)

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Errata [ZIP]

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