Created by:  University of Copenhagen

  • Anders Holm

    Taught by:  Anders Holm, Professor

    Department of Sociology
Language
English
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3.9 stars
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Travail en cours
Travail en cours

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University of Copenhagen
The University of Copenhagen is the oldest University in Denmark - founded in 1479, and with over 38,000 students and more than 9,000 employees. The purpose of the University is to conduct research and provide education to the highest academic level. Based in Denmark's capital city it is one of the top research institutions in Europe.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 of 47 ratings

The course covers many important topics with good examples but could have been longer and more detailed about various assumptions and their violations. The accent of the instructor and many algebraic notations are diificult to understand for non-mathematicians or non-statisticians like myself.

Very good course! I learned a lot. I missed readings and other complementary material.

The course is great. Although it is really fast and requires some advanced understanding of algebra and statistics, it is not bad. However, I would reccommend to expand it and to include the advances in non-manipulative causation, as sustained by proff. J. Pearl and F. Squazzoni (specifically talking about sociology).

This is an useful course for medical researchs even though you can apply to other social science.