Computational Social Science and Quantitative Methods

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Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2022. “text2map: R Tools for Text Matrices.” Journal of Open Source Software 7(72)1-4. (link)

  • Note: Software code that goes with the above paper is publicly available through GitLab and on CRAN.

Taylor, Marshall A., Ya Su, Kevin Barry, and Sarah Mustillo. 2022. “Using Structural Topic Modeling to Estimate Gender Bias in Student Evaluations of Teaching: An Illustration.” Pp. 51-67 in Analysing Student Feedback in Higher Education: Using Text-Mining to Interpret the Student Voice, edited by E. Zaitseva, B. Tucker, and E. Santhanam. New York: Routledge. (link)

Taylor, Marshall A. 2021. “The Role of Personal Availability and Gender in Negative Online Congressional Campaigning.” Political Behavior. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2021. “Cultural Cartography with Word Embeddings.” Poetics 88. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Taylor, Marshall A. and Dustin S. Stoltz. 2020. “Concept Class Analysis: A Method for Identifying Cultural Schemas in Texts.” Sociological Science 7(23):544-69. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Taylor, Marshall A. and Dustin S. Stoltz. 2020. “Integrating Semantic Directions with Concept Mover’s Distance to Measure Binary Concept Engagement.” Journal of Computational Social Science 4(1):232-242. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

McDonnell, Erin Metz, Dustin S. Stoltz, and Marshall A. Taylor. 2020. “Multiple Market Moralities: Identifying Distinct Patterns in How Consumers Evaluate the Fairness of Price Changes.” Socio-Economic Review. (link)

Taylor, Marshall A. 2020. “Visualization Strategies for Regression Estimates with Randomization Inference.” Stata Journal 20(2):303-35. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Taylor, Marshall A. 2020. “Book Review: Bit by Bit: Social Research in the Digital Age.” Teaching Sociology 48(3):251-54. (link)

Lizardo, Omar and Marshall A. Taylor. 2020. “Correspondence Analysis.” In SAGE Research Methods Foundations, edited by P. Atkinson, S. Delamont, A. Cernat, J. W. Sakshaug, and R. A. Williams. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. (link)

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2019. “Concept Mover’s Distance: Measuring Concept Engagement via Word Embeddings.” Journal of Computational Social Science 2(2):293-313. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2019. “Textual Spanning: Finding Discursive Holes in Text Networks.” Socius 5:1-12. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Lizardo, Omar, Dustin S. Stoltz, Marshall A. Taylor, and Michael Lee Wood. 2018. “Visualizing Bring-Backs.” Socius 4:1-3. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Taylor, Marshall A. 2018. “Simulating the Central Limit Theorem.” Stata Journal 18(2):345-56. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2017. “Paying with Change: The Purposeful Enunciation of Material Culture.” Poetics 64:26-39. (link)

  • Note: Data, code, and supplementary material for the above paper are publicly available through my GitHub account.