Tuesday Lecture (~6-7:30)
- Guest Lecture: Karen Gaul on Ethnography
- Recap: Week 5 Lab: calculating p-values and power in R
Tue Lab (~8-9:45)
- Multiple Regression in R.
- Lab and Assignment to be posted at \\Orca\programs\qqmethods\Handouts\Wk6TueLab and \Wk6RAssignment.doc
Thursday Lecture and Lab
- Multiple Regression. Slides to be posted here.
- R: Sunday, May 1, 3-5pm, in CAL, Paul — CANCELLED! SORRY!
- R: Monday, May 2, 4-7pm in CAL,– 4-6pm, Austen; 5-7 Paul. (extran hours)
- Stats: Monday, May 2, 7-9pm, Kathleen, Lab I 3033 (just outside MES office)
- at QuaSR: see http://www.evergreen.edu/mathcenter/ or call (360) 867-5547 for stats consulting hours????
- by Tuesday, Gotelli Finish Ch. 9
- by Thursday, Dalgaard Ch. 11
- R Assignment from Week 5, due Monday, May 2, 9 pm, to the moodle
- Data Analysis Project: (Tuesday) suggested milestone – get the data into R, and run some descriptive stats. Do the data show what you expect?
- Data Analysis Project: (Thursday) 2nd draft Data Analysis Proposal. Final topic, 2-3 scientific questions, 2-4 bibliographic sources, 1-3 HJA data sets you will use, 1-3 scientific hypotheses. Review with faculty in lab.
- Research Design Project: (Tuesday) suggested milestone – check your scientific question, how that links to data you might to collect and null/alternative hypotheses.
- Week 6 Lab Report: by Friday, May 6, 5pm. hardcopy to Judy’s mailbox in Lab 1 (first floor) or upload to \\Orca\programs\qqmethods\Workspace\_hand-In\Wk6TueLabReports, or to moodle.
- Chapters dealing with the “how to” of interveiwing are on Orca, QQMethods, under Handouts, Lectures, or on the Moodle.
- Articles Using Qualitative Methods to explore forestry issues:
Applying Cognitive Mapping Approach to Explore the Objective-Structure of Forest Owners (here)
Forests as a Mirror of Rural Conditions (here)