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Quantitative methods - multivariate analysis


This course introduces the most widespread methods of multivariate analysis in social sciences.

This course is offered as a course at the second-cycle level (master’s level).

About the course

Course period:
Spring 2024: 25 April - 2 June
Application deadline: 5 February 2024


Course overview

Teaching includes lectures and teacher-assisted hands-on exercises with data drawn from social science databases. The course will be examined on the basis of these exercises and assignments including theoretical formulation and interpretation of multivariate models.

Participants are expected to have good knowledge of descriptive statistics – for example by having participated in the second cycle methodology course SIMM41: Methods for Research in the Social Sciences – and basic knowledge of inductive statistics (statistical inference) and multiple regression analysis.

The course is open to doctoral students and master’s students.