ISPS Data Archive Staff on “Tips from the ISPS Data Archive”
ISPS POLICY-RELATED SKILLS TRAINING
In this workshop, we will describe the work we do at the ISPS Data Archive to facilitate reproducible research, go over some of the common issues we encounter, and provide some tips & best practices for how you can prepare a “replication package” for sharing and archiving.
The session will be led by:
- Changwook Ju, PhD Student, Department of Political Science and ISPS Data Archive Research Assistant. Changwook studies international relations, military recruitment, battlefield effectiveness, and civil–military relations using quantitative and qualitative approaches.
- Nick Ottone, PhD Student, Department of Political Science and ISPS Data Archive Research Assistant. Nick studies American political behavior using field and survey experiments. His current projects focus on social movement recruitment and framing effects.
- Limor Peer, PhD, Associate Director for Research and Strategic Initiatives at ISPS. Limor oversees the ISPS Data Archive and has written extensively about data sharing, data curation, research transparency, and reproducibility.
Registration is required. LINK TO REGISTER ON ZOOM
This is part of a series of workshops for ISPS-affiliated students and other Yale students who are interested in public policy.