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Thom Baguley
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ESRC funded Bayesian data analysis workshops for social scientists
The third and (possibly) final round of the workshops is open for booking. As with the last round we are planning a free R workshop before hand (reccomended if you need a refresher or have never used R before), but can't offer bursaries for this. More detai...

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ESRC Prior Exposure workshops: advanced Bayesian data analysis
There are still a few places left on our September Bayesian Data analysis workshops  held in Nottingham Trent University on September 15 and 16, 2016. These are part of the ESRC's Advanced Training Initiative and are aimed at PhD students and researchers (p...

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Stop Press: Additional dates for the 2016 Prior Exposure Bayesian Data Analysis workshops
Places on the Easter Prior Exposure  (introductory) workshops filled up very quickly and we had to turn away quite a few people. In response we’ve managed to arrange another set of events on 16 and 17 June (again with an optional R bootcamp on June 15th). B...

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2016 Prior Exposure Bayesian Data Analysis workshops for social scientists
Mark Andrews and I launched our  Prior Exposure  Bayesian Data Analysis workshop series last year and are pleased to announce that bookings for year the 2016 workshops 1 and 2 are now open. This is part of the  ESRC Advanced Training Initiative . Further de...

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Jon Rasbash prize for Quantitative Social Science 2016
The Jon Rasbash prize for Quantitative Social Science is awarded biennially for early career achievement in the field of quantitative social science.
The deadline for submissions for the 2016 award is 10 January 2016. The prize is open to UK residents who ...

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Excellent article - I've blogged about the average child example before - but didn't know about this broader literature on the inspection paradox.

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Short piece about partial least squares ...
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