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All the time, I play my last.fm radio stream at work, and when writing I compile a list of albums. I find post-rock, minimal-techno and minimal-house works for me. It's a matter of personal preference.
Does anyone here get access to the following journal: http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/k4n1819722n5/?p=a04579ab9d184c789087a934625ac93a&pi=0
If so, please PM me
I've spent the last few evenings getting into R and I've come a long way. I've had a stab at all my questions and managed to figure them out through a mixture of youtube videos, forum posts and manuals.
However, I was wondering if an R expert on here could check one of my programs? I could PM them the command and the task that was set. I'm not 100% confident in what I've done, although I do think the majority of it is correct.
My background is in SPSS. I have a very good knowledge of statistics, just never used R before. Totally unfamiliar with the interface and the way to use it.
I have to learn the basics of the software, and the test isn't closed or anything like that. I can garner information from wherever I need to. I'm not asking someone to do it for me, I want to do it myself and learn as I go. But, I'm anticipating I might have some issues somewhere at which point I might ask for help.
PrimoPdf is a good piece of software for this. It's free too.
I've been given a test to do for a job I'm hoping to get. It involves using R. Is there anyone out there familiar with the software that i could ask for help if i get stuck?
That I couldn't say. However, as a full-time student you are classed as studying full-time if you see what I mean. In terms of how HMRC look at it, I couldn't say.
When you are setting up your regression model, you'll have your IV's and your DV. You need to click on the categorical button at the side of the logistic regression window after putting all your variables in. When you click on the categorical button, you then drag all the categorical variables to the right hand side and select either first or last as your reference category. If you don't like the first or last category as they are, you will need to go in and recode your variables so that the category you want is first or last.
Hope this helps.
Hello, can anyone get this article for me please?
Elias, Anwen (2009) 'Plaid Cymru and the Challenges of Adapting to Post-Devolution Wales' Contemporary Wales 22(1)
Thank you. I confirmed this with an advisor at the University earlier on today, but great to hear someone else saying the same. I thought it was too good to be true to be honest!!
It is confusing. In short, the difference is between methodology and methods. Your research design is usually (rules of thumb here) quantitative where you test a hypothesis, qualitative which would involve building theory from data or answering a question, or mixed which can involve a bit of both.
In terms of methods, you might be looking at experimental methods, surveys, ethnography, discourse analysis, interviews, etc etc.
Hopefully this helps.
I'm going to be a father in a few months. I get a studentship from my university to do my phd, and on the side I take a few tutorials a week. My wife works in the private sector.
My question is this, does my studentship count as income when calculating our entitlement to child tax credits? I'm aware that my tutoring will as I pay NI on that income, but the information on the HMRC website is not absolutely clear when it comes to my studentship.
Anyone who knows the answer to this will be my hero!! (up)8-)
Hello, can anyone access this article? I've just put the Jstor link here: http://www.jstor.org/pss/40220639
Hopefully somebody can help me out
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