Session Materials – Advanced Quantitative Methods (AQM) Taster Day 23/01/18
January 24, 2018
The White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership held the annual Advanced Quantitative Methods Taster Event, chaired by Professor Gwilym Pryce on 23 January 2018 at the University of Sheffield.
The aim of this event was to provide an introduction to a range of advanced quantitative methods and analytical techniques that are commonly used in social science. It gave participants the opportunity to identify methods relevant to their own research.
Fifty doctoral researchers attended from the White Rose DTP Universities of Bradford, Hull, Leeds, Manchester Metropolitan, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam and York.
The sessions were recorded and can be accessed below:
Introduction by Professor Gwilym Pryce (05:45):
Multi-level Modelling – Dr Andrew Bell (University of Sheffield) (20:14):
Structural Equation Modelling – Dr Todd Hartman (University of Sheffield) (24:16)
Social Network Analysis – Dr Nema Dean (University of Glasgow) (23:38)
Causal Inference – Dr Peter Tennant (University of Leeds) (30:27)
Spatial Modelling – Dr Robin Lovelace (University of Leeds) (22:46)
Spatial Data Visualisation – Professor Alasdair Rae (University of Sheffield) (23:00)