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=== Week 8: Thursday May 23: Polynomial Terms, Interactions, and Logistic Regression ===
 
=== Week 8: Thursday May 23: Polynomial Terms, Interactions, and Logistic Regression ===
* [[Statistics_and_Statistical_Programming_(Spring_2019)/Session plan: Week 8|Session plan]]
 
  
 
'''Required Readings:'''
 
'''Required Readings:'''
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* Mako Hill wrote this document which will likely be useful for many of you: [https://communitydata.cc/~mako/2017-COM521/logistic_regression_interpretation.html Interpreting Logistic Regression Coefficients with Examples in R]
 
* Mako Hill wrote this document which will likely be useful for many of you: [https://communitydata.cc/~mako/2017-COM521/logistic_regression_interpretation.html Interpreting Logistic Regression Coefficients with Examples in R]
  
=== Week 9: Thursday May 30: Loose ends and Final Presentations (part 1)  ===
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=== Week 9: Thursday May 30: Reproducibility example, Loose ends, and Final Presentations (part 1)  ===
  
* [[Statistics_and_Statistical_Programming_(Spring_2019)/Session plan: Week 9|Session plan]]
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'''Final presentations: (part 1)'''
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* First 10-12 presenters today. The rest next week.
  
 
'''Required readings:'''
 
'''Required readings:'''
 
* Reinhart, §10 and §11.
 
* Reinhart, §10 and §11.
 
'''[[Statistics_and_Statistical_Programming_(Spring_2019)/Final_project_presentations|Final presentations]]: (part 1)'''
 
* First batch today. The rest next week.
 
  
 
'''Resources:'''
 
'''Resources:'''
* [https://communitydata.cc/~ads/teaching/2019/stats/r_lectures/w09-R_lecture.html Week 9 R-lecture] (we will use this in class)
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* Fully reproducible research paper example (TBA)
 
 
=== Week 10: Thursday June 6: Fully reproducible research example, Replications, Final Presentations (part 2), and wrap-up ===
 
  
* Fully [https://www.overleaf.com/read/tkdpdcspwtkp reproducible research example].
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=== Week 10: Thursday June 6: Final Presentations (part 2) ===
* [https://canvas.northwestern.edu/courses/90927/files/folder/resources/Straub-Cook%20Replication Research replication study] by Polly Straub-Cook (UW Comm. Ph.D. student)
 
:: (n.b.: cluster & heteroscedasticity robust standard errors!)
 
  
* '''[[Statistics_and_Statistical_Programming_(Spring_2019)/Final_project_presentations|Final presentations]]: (part 2)'''
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'''Final presentations: (part 2)'''
:: Second batch of presenters today.
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* Remaining 10-12 presenters today.
* Closing thoughts
 
:: What next? Beyond your final projects...
 
:: Class social gathering
 
  
 
Followed by much rejoicing!
 
Followed by much rejoicing!

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