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Next Brown Bag

Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at noon:
H. Luke Shaefer

Methodologies in Data Collection & Analysis

The complexity of the methodological issues inherent in population research make it almost impossible for even the best trained researcher to have all of the skills and expertise necessary for sophisticated data collection and analysis.

PSC works with two ISR-based programs focused on building survey methodological skills and integrating cutting-edge methods into population research: the Program in Survey Methodology (PSM) and the Quantitative Methodology Program (QMP).

Contacts:
Program in Survey Methodology, email, 734.647.0038
Quantitative Methodology Program, email, 734.615.4580