Our videoconference with Princeton Sociology Professor Matthew Salganik about his new book, Bit by Bit, left us with a wealth of information and resources. Check them out below!
Princeton workshops and tutorials (with data, code, slides…):
- OPR Computing and Statistics Workshops
- Computing for Data Analysis in the Social Sciences Workshops
- Quantitative and Analytical Political Science Courses
- IC2S2: International Conference on Computational Social Science
- ICWSM: AAAI International Conference on Web and Social Media
- ACM CHI: Conference on Human Factors in Computing
- WWW2016: World Wide Web Conference
- WSDM: ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
- EC16: ACM Conference on Economics and Computation
- Code@MIT: Conference on Digital Experimentation @ MIT
A few examples of published work in CSS:
King, G., Pan, J. and Roberts, M.E., 2013. How censorship in China allows government criticism but silences collective expression. American Political Science Review, 107(02), pp.326-343.
King, G., Pan, J. and Roberts, M.E., 2014. Reverse-engineering censorship in China: Randomized experimentation and participant observation. Science, 345(6199), p.1251722.