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April 2015

Getting Started with Mplus — CSDA Brown Bag Series

April 21, 2015 @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Arts & Sciences 13,
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, 12222 United States
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"Getting Started with Mplus" by Jeffrey Napierala, Data Analyst, CSDA & Department of Sociology Click here for the flyer Click to dowload the slides and input programs used in the presentation.

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October 2015

CSDA Fall Workshops – Introduction to Stata

October 9, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Arts & Sciences 13,
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, 12222 United States
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Stata is a popular statistical package among social science researchers. A large
collection of user-written commands for data manipulation, statistics and graphics
makes it an attractive tool as well. In this workshop the instructor will include, but is
not limited to, understanding the interface, reading ASCII text data into Stata (e.g., txt
or csv files), using data editor for data entry, exploring the dataset, modifying data (e.g.,
rename or recode variables), managing data (e.g., label variables and variable values),
reshaping the dataset, and creating basic graphs in Stata. A lab session will be held
during the second half of the workshop.

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CSDA Fall Workshops – Introduction to ArcGIS

October 23, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Arts & Sciences 13,
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, 12222 United States
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"Introduction to ArcGIS"  by Jin Wook-Lee, Manager of GIS Group, CSDA & LMC Click here for the flyer

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April 2016

CSDA Spring Workshops – Introduction to SAS

April 8, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Arts & Sciences 13,
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, 12222 United States
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Introduction to SAS"  by Jeff Napierala , Data Analyst, CSDA & Dept. of Sociology Click here for the flyer

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September 2016

CSDA Fall 2016 Workshop – Introduction to R

September 30, 2016 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Arts & Sciences 13,
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, 12222 United States
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"Introduction to R"  by Matthew C. Ingram, JD, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science University at Albany, SUNY Click here for the flyer

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November 2016

CSDA Fall Workshop: Introduction to Multilevel Modeling

November 18, 2016 @ 1:00 am - 4:00 pm
Arts & Sciences 13,
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, 12222 United States
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Registration is required for this event. Instructor: Jeffrey Napierala, Data Analyst, CSDA This workshop will provide a hands-on introduction to Multilevel Models (MLMs). We will walk through a series of school-effects models while covering topics such as alternatives to MLMs, centering of variables, and fixed vs. random effects. The analysis will be conducted in SAS; additional resources will be provided to run the models in other statistical software programs such as R and Stata. Participants will require knowledge of multivariate…

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March 2017

CSDA Spring Workshop: Efficient Programming with SAS – Using Macros and the Output Delivery System (ODS)

March 3 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Arts & Sciences 13,
1400 Washington Ave
Albany, 12222 United States
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Instructor: Ajay Yesupriya, M.P.H. Center for Social and Demographic Analysis This workshop will provide a hands-on introduction to the SAS Macro language and the Output Delivery System (ODS). Participants will learn about how these tools can be used 1) to reduce the amount of programming required to complete analyses and 2) to output statistics of interest to external files. A basic knowledge of SAS will be assumed.   Click here for the programs that were used in this workshop.   Click…

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Accessing Restricted National Center for Health Statistics Data through the Research Data Centers

March 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Business Administration B29,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222
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Instructor: Ajay Yesupriya, MPH, Center for Social and Demographic Analysis (CSDA) This brown bag workshop will highlight the restricted NCHS datasets that are available as well as the procedures for accessing these data and conducting analyses through the New York Federal Statistical RDCs. Click here for the presentation slide Click here for the flyer.

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