Computational Social Science and Quantitative Methods

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Taylor, Marshall A. Forthcoming. “Visualization Strategies for Regression Estimates with Randomization Inference.” Stata Journal. (pre-print)

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

Lizardo, Omar and Marshall A. Taylor. Forthcoming. “Correspondence Analysis.” SAGE Research Methods Foundations.

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.