Monthly Archives: April 2017

So, punk, think ya can start a data science program??

This is the second part of a two-essay series addressing some of the features one might wish to include in a contemporary “data science” program using resources in existing quantitative “social science” programs. The first, a rather rambling polemic, addressed … Continue reading

Posted in Higher Education, Methodology, Programming | 2 Comments

Yes, Virginia, the social and data sciences are “science”

Dedicated to the memory of Will H. Moore This is the first in a two-part series on leveraging quantitative social science programs to provide training in data science, inspired by a recent invitation to provide input on that topic at … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Reflecting on the suicide of Will Moore

I spent most of today working on a new blog post motivated in part by a re-tweet of a teaser for same by, well, Will Moore. Who I had seen in Phoenix only six weeks ago where he introduced my … Continue reading

Posted in Higher Education, Ramblings | 1 Comment