These handouts are meant as companions to Jennifer Earl's Programming for the Social Sciences graduate class at the University of Arizona
topic_modeling.Rmd (note that the data to run this document is not provided. See the next link to view the output.)
As a graduate student at UCI, I've had the opportunity to TA and teach several different classes. I've taught Sociology of Sexuality twice during the summer session, and have TAed for both graduate and undergraduate statistics classes several times. Here, I've posted materials I've created for these classes, which I'll add to over time.
These handouts were created for the graduate statistics class. They are presented as is and may refer to datasets or other work that you won't find here. If you have suggestions for correcting mistakes or making explanations clearer, please email me.
UCI's Sociology department hosts a week long refresher course for incoming first year graduate students to get everyone up to speed before taking the first quarter of the graduate statistics sequence. I taught the refresher course in 2013. Below are the materials I created for the course.
These handouts were created for a workshop I ran on fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis.