Teaching and learning materials

2018 Summer Institutes for Computational Social Science

Duke University, Chris Bail and Matthew Salganik, taught in English using R

Day 1: Introduction and Ethics

Day 2: Collecting Digital Trace Data

Day 3: Automated Text Analysis

Day 4: Surveys in the Digital Age

Day 5: Mass Collaboration

Day 6: Experiments

Participant flash talks

License

All slides and video are released under a CC-BY license, and all code is released under an MIT license. Raw materials for many of these slides–including images, .Rmd, and .tex files—are available here.

University of Colorado-Boulder, Brian Keegan and Allie Morgan, taught in English using Python

Day 1: Introduction and Ethics

Day 2: Collecting Digital Trace Data

Day 3: Network Analysis

Day 4: Automated Text Analysis

Day 5: Experiments / Causal Inference

License

All slides are released under a CC-BY license, and all code is released under an MIT license. Raw materials for many of these slides are available here.

University of Helsinki, Matti Nelimarkka, taught in English using R