Resources

Here's a list of useful resources  for this class, and research in general.  They include in-class learning tools,  the Gov 2001 Dataverse, links to the Harvard Statistics community, and resources for R and Latex.   If you have any other suggestions for resources to list here, please let us know!

Gov 2001 Learning Resources

Gov 2001 Learning Resources

  • The Lecture Notes & Videos page will be the main source of course content. This is where you'll find the videos, slides, notes, and R code from the weekly lecture and section.
  • All questions about class material should be posted to the discussion board on Canvas You will get quicker responses to your questions because your classmates can help you, too!  If you do not have access to the site after the registration period has ended, please e-mail Stephen and Solé.
  • Your questions may have been answered in previous years!  Check out the Gov 2001 e-mail list archives for a searchable dataset over a decade of Gov 2001 e-mail questions.

Join our Facebook Group

  • Gov2001 alumni have a Facebook group; if you are an alumni or current member of this class join here:  http://j.mp/Gov2001fb

Other Relevant Resources

 

  • Replication Paper Tips: Here are some tips on selecting a replication paper and the replication process: Gary's tips and  papertips.pdf , and here are some successful replication papers  goodrich.pdf ,  Imai ,  Reeves et al.
  • If you have math related questions or are looking for a review of relevant topics in math (Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability, Optimization) and computing (R & Latex), please see here:  Math Prefresher for Political Scientists
  • You can take a look at the first course in this series, Gov 2000 to review introduction to quantitative methods materials:  Gov 2000 Website.

Gov 2001 Dataverse

  • Check out previous replication papers and the data associated with them on the Gov 2001 Dataverse.
 

Gov 2001 Dataverse

Check out previous replication papers and the data associated with them on the Gov 2001 Dataverse.

Harvard Applied Statistics Community

Other Relevant Resources

  • If you have math related questions or are looking for a review of relevant topics in math (Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability, Optimization) and computing (R & Latex), please see here:  Math Prefresher for Political Scientists
  • You can take a look at the first course in this series, Gov 2000 to review introduction to quantitative methods materials:  Gov 2000 Website.

LaTeX Resources

Harvard Extension School Policies

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Extension School students are responsible for understanding Harvard Extension School policies on academic integrity (https://www.extension.harvard.edu/resources-policies/student-conduct/academic-integrity) and how to use sources responsibly. Not knowing the rules, misunderstanding the rules, running out of time, submitting the wrong draft, or being overwhelmed with multiple demands are not acceptable excuses. There are no excuses for failure to uphold academic integrity. To support your learning about academic citation rules, please visit the Harvard Extension School Tips to Avoid Plagiarism (https://www.extension.harvard.edu/resources-policies/resources/tips-avoid-plagiarism), where you'll find links to the Harvard Guide to Using Sources and two free online 15-minute tutorials to test your knowledge of academic citation policy. The tutorials are anonymous open-learning tools.