GEOG 4185/5185: Statistical Research Methods in Geography
This is a page and course under development, but you are welcome to follow along as I fill in that gaps and develop the course for initial delivery in spring, 2021.
Geography is a diverse research field, meaning that people doing geographic research need a broad tool kit to address the range of potential problems to be solved. It is also important to recognize that geographic research can be done poorly. Such bad research reflects on the entire field. Thus, it is important for everyone in the geography community for new researchers to have a solid grasp of the key motivations for statistical analysis, the types of issues that can be addressed through such tools, and the range of statistical options that we can draw on that match the issues geographers commonly encounter.
The links below have some key resources related to the course:
Feel free to check out my YouTube channel for this class for a variety of videos related to statistics and geographic research.
GEOG 4185/5185 Next Offering by Me: Spring 2021 (Times to be Determined)
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