November 2012

App Stats: Hainmueller and Yamamoto on "Causal Inference in Conjoint Analysis: Understanding Multi-Dimensional Choices via Stated Preference Experiments"

We hope you can join us this Wednesday, November 28, 2012 for the Applied Statistics Workshop. Jens Hainmueller and Teppei Yamamoto, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor, respectively, from the Department of Political Science at MIT, will give a presentation entitled "Causal Inference in Conjoint Analysis: Understanding Multi-Dimensional Choices via Stated Preference Experiments". A light

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App Stats: Pattanayak on "A Potential Outcomes, and Typically More Powerful, Alternative to 'Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel'"

We hope you can join us this Wednesday, November 14, 2012 for the Applied Statistics Workshop. Cassandra Wolos Pattanayak, a College Fellow from the Department of Statistics at Harvard University, will give a presentation entitled "A Potential Outcomes, and Typically More Powerful, Alternative to 'Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel'". A light lunch will be served at 12 pm and the talk will begin at 12.15.

"A Potential

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App Stats: Bischof on "Summarizing Topical Content in Document Collections with Word Frequency and Exclusivity"

We hope you can join us this Wednesday, November 7, 2012 for the Applied Statistics Workshop. Jon Bischof, a Ph.D. candidate from the Department of Statistics at Harvard University, will give a presentation entitled "Summarizing Topical Content in Document Collections with Word Frequency and Exclusivity". A light lunch will be served at 12 pm and the talk will begin at 12.15.

"Summarizing Topical Content in Document Collections with Word Frequency and Exclusivity"
Jon Bischof

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