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September Short Courses

August 31, 2017

September Short Courses R Open Labs September 7 | 2:00-3:30pm | Davis Library Room 219 September 14, 21, 28 | 2:00-3:30pm | Davis Library Room 3010 R Open labs are (mostly) unstructured workshops designed to help you learn R. Each … Continued

Magnuson Signs Research Code of Conduct

August 3, 2017

Magnuson Signs Research Code of Conduct Media release from the Office of the Vice Chancellor of Research On June 8, 2017, Vice Chancellor for Research Terry Magnuson officially approved UNC’s Code and Standard of Research Conduct. With his signature and … Continued

CPSM Short Courses Open for Registration

August 3, 2017

CPSM Short Courses Open for Registration Two short courses from the Certificate Program in Survey Methodology Program have been opened for registration: Designing and Conducting Surveys for Businesses and Organizations with Diane Willimack & Chris Ellis Date: September 21, 2017 … Continued

Should Journals Be Responsible for Reproducibility?

July 17, 2017

Should Journals Be Responsible for Reproducibility?   The Odum Institute Data Archive is featured in an article in Inside Higher Ed, which describes the Institute’s role in supporting the Replication & Verification Policy issued by the American Journal of Political … Continued

Why Cows?

July 13, 2017

Why Cows?   If you’ve been following the Institute for long, then you’ve probably heard plenty of cow references. You might even be one of the lucky few to have one of our 90th anniversary herd for your very own … Continued

Graduate Student Job Opening: Statistical Consultant

July 6, 2017

Graduate Student Job Opening: Statistical Consultant (Part-time) Fall 2017   The Odum Institute maintains a statistical consulting service, staffed by advanced graduate students, who are on call in the Research Hub of Davis Library to answer routine statistical and programming … Continued

QRSI Spotlight: Doing Qualitative Research Online

July 6, 2017

QRSI Spotlight: Doing Qualitative Research Online From the QRSI website:   Every day, millions of people use the Internet and social media (e.g., Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, virtual communities) to communicate and relate with others. This trend will only accelerate with … Continued