I have been studying and programming in topics related to applied social sciences for years. As I do love to work with open source tools and learn from others, I created this space where I try to declutter some of my ideas and put my projects in order. I write here mainly about methods, data visualization, and how R programming can be an asset in political science research; mostly in English (or sort of), sometimes in Portuguese as the demand grows. A posting only happens after many iterations and refinements, during days and nights in front of a computer often fueled by dozens of cups of coffee and tea. If you find any joy and value in it, please consider supporting me. You can help me get useful resources from my wish list.
The easiest way to get in touch with me is by email (
dmarcelino at live.com). Feel free to drop me a line if you’re interested in:
- training workshops
- joint research
- data modeling
- Publications: Social Science Research Network, Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic
- Software: GitHub and crantastic!
- Data: Dataverse Network
- Identifiers: ORCID and ResearcherID
- Q&A: StackOverflow, Academia SE, Open Data SE
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