Replication Materials

This page contains replication materials from a number of published papers. If you have questions about any papers where the materials do not appear here, please contact Dean Martin.

Hazelton, Hinkle, and Martin (2010)

Morgan L. W. Hazelton, Rachael K. Hinkle, and Andrew D. Martin. “On Replication and the Study of the Lousiana Supreme Court.” Click here for replication materials.

Baldez, Epstein, and Martin (2006)

Lisa Baldez, Lee Epstein, and Andrew D. Martin. 2006. “Does the U.S. Constitution Need an ERA?” Journal of Legal Studies. 35: 243-283. Click here for replication materials.

Martin, Quinn, and Epstein (2005)

Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Lee Epstein. 2005. “The Median Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.” North Carolina Law Review. 83: 1275-1322. Click here for the Martin-Quinn scores website, or here for the replication materials for this article.

Ruger, Kim, Martin, and Quinn (2004)

Theodore W. Ruger, Pauline T. Kim, Andrew D. Martin, and Kevin M. Quinn. 2004. “The Supreme Court Forecasting Project: Legal and Political Science Approaches to Predicting Supreme Court Decision-Making.” Columbia Law Review. 104: 1150-1209. Click here for replication materials.

Epstein, Knight, and Martin (2004)

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2004. “Constitutional Interpretation from a Strategic Perspective.” In Putting the Pieces Together: Lawmaking from an Inter-Branch Perspective (Mark C. Miller and Jeb Barnes, eds.). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. Click here for replication materials.

Epstein, Knight, and Martin (2003)

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2003. “The Norm of Prior Judicial Experience and Its Consequences for the U.S. Supreme Court.” California Law Review. 91: 903-966. Click here for replication materials.

Martin (2003)

Andrew D. Martin. 2003. “Bayesian Inference for Heterogeneous Event Counts.” Sociological Methods and Research. 31: 30-63. The links below are for the three models discussed in the text. All are distributed as WinBUGS ODC files and plain text files. The data for each model are stored in the ODC files.

Martin and Quinn (2002)

Andrew D. Martin and Kevin M. Quinn. 2002. “Dynamic Ideal Point Estimation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-1999.” Political Analysis. 10:134-153. Click here for replication and supplementary materials.

Epstein, Knight, and Martin (2001)

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2001. “Dahl Symposium: The Supreme Court as a Strategic National Policymaker.” Emory Law Journal. 50: 583-611. Click here for replication materials.

Martin (2001)

Andrew D. Martin. 2001. “Congressional Decision Making and the Separation of Powers.” American Political Science Review. 95: 361-378.

Durr, Martin, and Wolbrecht (2000)

Robert H. Durr, Andrew D. Martin, and Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. “Ideological Divergence and Public Support for the Supreme Court.” American Journal of Political Science. 44: 768-776.

  • Table W1. Question Wordings (tabw1.pdf).
  • Table W2. Elements of Supreme Court Support (tabw2.pdf).
  • Table W3. Summary Statistics (tabw3.pdf).
  • Replication dataset as zipped Stata file (dmw00.zip).

Martin and Wolbrecht (2000)

Andrew D. Martin and Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. “Partisanship and Pre-Floor Behavior: The Equal Rights and School Prayer Amendments.” Political Research Quarterly. 53: 711-730. The zip archive mw00.zip contains two replication Stata data sets and a README file that explains both datasets.

Quinn, Martin, and Whitford (1999)

Kevin M. Quinn, Andrew D. Martin, and Andrew B. Whitford. 1999. “Voter Choice in Multi-Party Democracies: A Test of Competing Theories and Models.” American Journal of Political Science. 43: 1231-1247.¬†nfig ufig webfac webntab webutab

Johnson and Martin (1998)

Timothy R. Johnson and Andrew D. Martin. 1998. “The Public’s Conditional Response to Supreme Court Decisions.” American Political Science Review. 92: 299-310. The zip archive jm98.zip contains the four Stata data sets necessary to replicate the analysis in the article.

Martin (1998)

Andrew D. Martin. 1998. Strategic Decision Making and the Separation of Powers. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Washington University.

  • Click here for my selection of Senate civil rights roll calls for the 83rd to the 102nd Congresses as an Adobe PDF file.
  • Click here for my selection of House civil rights roll calls for the 83rd to the 102nd Congresses as an Adobe PDF file.