Useful Resources for Social Science Research / by Flavio Azevedo

 

The list of resources below is intended for (my) personal use. It contains primers, tutorials, guides I have used/encountered and/or want to learn more about it. These are related to producing better science, open-science, methods, statistics, visualization, R & RStudio.


 
 

 

 

 
 

 
 

 

Scientific Debates

Bayesians vs. Frequentists [in social media]

 

 

R & oPEN sCIENCE

Reproducible Research

 

 

r Resources

R-Intros

 

R-Series: Complete COurses

Data Science Methods for Psychology - University of Oregon (HardSci)

Data Science for Social Sciences

Nifty Tricks & Tips

Data Visualization

Intro

R-packages

Publication geared

  • ggally: the ally of ggplot2 (display of multiple regression coefficients and its diagnostics, networks, time-series, distributions, etc.).

  • ggstatsplot: Plots with Statistical Details (most common types of statistical tests (parametric, non-parametric, and robust versions of t-tets, anova, correlation, and contingency tables)

  • ggpubrggplot2 based publication ready plots [tutorial at sthda]

  • cowplot: publication-ready theme for ggplot2 (e.g., easy add panels A, B, C). Here's code for adding panels to non-ggplot2 R-base graphs.

Guides

Colors and Pallets 

miscellaneous

Per type of data

Distributions 

  • ggpairs: Visualizing distributions with groupings [examples: 1]

Group differences

Time Series

Strings

Blogdown

    Bookdown

       

       

      [Scholarly]Social Media

       

       

       

      Everything else

      Economics (Behavioral)

       

      R Journalism - Reproducible Journalism by Washington Post Investigative Data Reporter