Newsletter N.7 - 2021
  • SAA Webinar Series: upcoming events
  • Sequence Analysis in the Social Sciences – Online-Workshop 27-29 Oct. 2021 (GESIS)
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SAA Webinar Series: upcoming events

30th September 2021 at 4 PM CET: Multichannel Sequence Analysis 28th October 2021 at 4 PM CET: Longitudinal Sequence Indicators 2nd December 2021 at 4 PM CET: New Approaches to Analyze Sequence Data 27th January 2022 at 4 PM CET: Sequences, Transitions and Risks Please check the calendar on our website for last-minute updates.

If you missed the past meetings Webinar series, SAA members can access to the recordings by visiting the SAA website
Sequence Analysis in the Social Sciences - Online Workshop 27-29 Otc. 2021 (GESIS)

This workshop introduces sequence analysis for social science research. Sequence analysis, originally developed in biology to analyze strings of DNA, has attracted increasing attention in the social sciences for the analysis of longitudinal data. Most applications study life course processes, including labor market careers, transitions to adulthood, or family formation. This workshop covers longitudinal data management (with Stata), basic techniques of sequence analysis (with Stata, but mainly with R), as well as recent methodological developments tailored at social science research questions. Topics include different ways of calculating distances between sequences, cluster analysis after sequence analysis, sequences visualization, techniques for analyzing sequences’ multidimensionality and the association between sequences’ unfolding over time and independent variables. All methods are demonstrated with hands-on examples using Stata (SQ package, for data preparation and basic sequence analysis) and R (TraMineR package).

Lecturers: Emanuela Struffolino and Marcel Raab

Infos and registration here.

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