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Introduction to quantitative time-diary analysis

3 Nov 2022 - 10 Nov 2022 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Data skills

Dr Pierre Walthéry, of the UK Data Service, is running this event with NCRM and UCL.

This short course aims to introduce participants to time diary analysis, a multidisciplinary field which has made a sustained contribution to social science over the last 50 years. It is targeted at academics, doctoral students, post-doctoral, as well as public or private sector researchers interested in studying the way people spend their time throughout the day. It requires basic to intermediate knowledge of statistics and a basic experience of statistical programming.

The course will consist of two afternoons which can be taken either as a whole or separately.

See the UCL website for more information and costs.