STAT 321

Data Science and Statistics for Social Sciences I
5.0 credits

Course Description

Introduction to applied data analysis for social scientists. Focuses on using programming to prepare, explore, analyze, and present data that arise in social science research. Data science topics include loading, cleaning, and exploring data, basic visualization, reproducible research practices. Statistical topics include measurement, probability, modeling, assessment of statistical evidence. Lectures intermixed with programming and lab sessions. Offered: jointly with CS&SS 321/SOC 321; W.

Current Time Schedule

Summer, 2024

SLN/Section Time Location Instructor
13538 A
Open

T Th 10:20AM - 12:20PM

THO 234

IHSAN KAHVECI