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Time: April 21, 2020 @ 9:00 AM PDT

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Data visualization and process tracing with the ICPSR Summer Program

Three short workshops, three days each. In addition to our popular Process Tracing workshop, we have two different visualization options using R, one focusing on ggplot2 and static images, the other using Shiny to make interactive graphics. And if those terms went just a little over your head, we totally get it, and we made a number of Introduction to R courses to help out!

SAS Tech Report (April 2020): SAS Global Forum Special Edition

Welcome to a special SAS Global Forum edition of the Tech Report! Today officially marks the start of boatloads of virtual SAS Global Forum content available to you on the SAS Users YouTube channel. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the channel to get updates.

Wondering where to start your SAS video binge? Dive into what interests you through six focus areas, accessible through individual video playlists:

Upcoming deadline for applications to PSID Data User Workshop (June 15-19)

Applications for this year's short workshop focusing on the Panel Study of Income Dynamics are due April 17. This workshop also carries a drastically reduced fee: $100 for admitted participants. Keep reading for more information on this workshop and how to apply!
Reminder: all 2020 ICPSR Summer Program courses will be held online.

Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) Data User Workshop
June 15-19

CIDR Workshop (Online): Introduction to Python: Digital Tools and Methods for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Tuesday, April 14, 2020
2:00pm to 4:00pm

This workshop provides an introduction to the Python programming language, covering basic syntax, variables, functions, and control flow. You will learn enough Python to write basic scripts, and to allow you to explore the rich environment of Python packages available. Prior experience with programming in another language is helpful, but not required.

Audience: Stanford Faculty/Staff/Students


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