There was a one-day workshop as part of our ESRC research grant "Borrowing Strength – a collaborative software development for Small Area Estimation" which used Stat-JR on the 12th July 2019 in Bristol; see the entry in the Centre for Multilevel Modelling's Workshops page for more details.
There was a one-day workshop on handling missing data which used Stat-JR on 20 March 2018; see the entry in the Centre for Multilevel Modelling's Workshops page for more details.
There was a one-day workshop on workflows and eBooks which used Stat-JR on the 4th July 2016 in Bristol; see the entry in the Centre for Multilevel Modelling's Workshops page for more details.
A number of workshops have been delivered as part of our ESRC research grant "The use of interactive electronic-books in the teaching and application of modern quantitative methods in the social sciences", with downloads for those workshops available in the workshops section of that page.
In addition, in 2013 Bill Browne ran a half-day workshop at CEFAS in Lowestoft that demonstrated the use of Stat-JR on ecology datasets. The workshop was part of both the LEMMA 3 and NCSE grants on which Bill was a co-investigator. The following practicals will run with version 1.0.2 of Stat-JR.
- To run these practicals you will need the bird.dta dataset; this is a simulated dataset based upon original data supplied by Ben Sheldon and colleagues at Oxford.
- You will also need to download a zip file of additional Stat-JR templates and unzip it in the templates subdirectory of Stat-JR.