Entries Tagged as 'Uncategorized'
June 27th, 2014 · Comments
April 5th, 2013 · Comments
This week we chat with Gail Barrington, Evaluation Consultant and author of Consulting Start up & Management: A Guide for Evaluators & Applied Researchers.
Plus, here's a great little AEA365 post about small-sized consulting.
James & Kylie
March 2nd, 2013 · Comments
Some of us evaluators find ourselves using our stats straight away out of school, and for various reasons some of us don't. In this episode we discuss the different levels of use among evaluators and what is really acceptable in terms of statistical knowledge.
Here's the link to Paul D. Ellis' great little e-book, Effect Size Matters.
AEA often has eStudy courses on statistics, and here are some other links for online refreshers:
- Rice University's Online Statistics Education: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study
- Johns Hopkins' Introduction to Biostatistics 1
- Coursera/Princeton University's Statistics 1
- UDACITY's Introduction to Statistics
This list is by no means comprehensive, so please, if you know of others, suggest them in the Comments below!
And yes, it is Rip Van Winkle.
November 5th, 2012 · Comments
Neither James nor I were able to make this year's AEA conference ... so in this episode we chat with our most excellent reporters on the ground, Pat Mueller and Amy Germuth. You'll hear their personal highlights of the conference as well as the views of various attendees on what was hot and major take-aways.
What was YOUR major take-away from the conference? Leave us a comment below.
Kylie & James