History 590: Quantitative Methods and Computing for Historians

History 590: Quantitative Methods and Computing for Historians

The proliferation of innovative computer-based information technologies and the growing utilization of quantitative methods in social, political, and economic history have made it increasingly necessary for students to become familiar with more technical bodies of knowledge than previous generations of historians. This course aims to provide students with an orientation to a a number of […]

The proliferation of innovative computer-based information technologies and the growing utilization of quantitative methods in social, political, and economic history have made it increasingly necessary for students to become familiar with more technical bodies of knowledge than previous generations of historians. This course aims to provide students with an orientation to a a number of new, and for some, indispensable, methodologies and tools for accessing, collecting, and analyzing social, economic, and political historical data.

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