4 edition of Using microcomputers and mainframes for data analysis in the social sciences found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HA32 .G74 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||86062680|
Discussion of microcomputer-based social science laboratories highlights a program for data analysis that was developed by the Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD) primarily for use in high schools. Four teaching packages are described that include data material and workbooks, and future packages under development are described. (LRW). It was clear that analysis of such a large data base would require a mainframe computer and the standard features of high level languages, statistical, and graphics packages. Thus the microcomputers would need to be interfaced to the mainframe (a DEC), and personal identification details would need to be removed prior to data transfer.
In a study of marketing research firms, high microcomputer ownership and increased usage is revealed, not only for word-processing types of activities, but also for data analysis. While a smaller proportion of research firms use mainframes, larger firms are continuing and predominantly increasing their use of mainframes. Social research commonly involves 10 data management activities common to most major mainframe statistical packages. Social researchers using microcomputers may need other solutions for their data management needs. These include writing a program, using a standard spreadsheet, and using a data base manager program.
Microcomputers is an old term that denoted a difference in size between them and minicomputers and mainframes. Today these items (laptops, desktops, tablets, smartphones) are referred to as. In addition, the supporting technology has evolved to the extent that image acquisition, field work, and digital analysis are today much more sophisticated than in the early days of analog imaging, computer mainframe-based processing, and qualitative analysis.
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Using Microcomputers and Mainframes for Data Analysis in the Social SciencesCited by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greenberg, Barry. Using microcomputers and mainframes for data analysis in the social sciences.
Columbus: Merrill Pub. Co., © The purpose of this book is to help teachers feel at ease with microcomputers so that they will begin to think of computers as tools that they themselves might use.
There are four chapters. The first chapter provides basic information to help a user understand the computer. Discussed are how the computer is put together and how it works.
To help teachers generate ideas about how this new Author: Robert B. Abelson. This book is organized around the research process, taking the reader through the processes of writing the research proposal, gathering data, analysing and manipulating data, and writing the research report. Using Microcomputers in Research may be used in conjunction with the earlier Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists (QASS 40) – together they provide a lucid and comprehensive introduction to microcomputing in the social sciences.
Summary: Shows how microcomputer technology can be applied to social science research in psychology, education, sociology, political science, health sciences and information science. The book uses a research cycle model and deals with meta analysis, power analysis and the choice of appropriate statistics.
Using Microcomputers in Research may be used in conjunction with the earlier Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists (QASS 40) – together they provide a lucid and comprehensive introduction to microcomputing in the social sciences.
Hans-Jürgen Andreß, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), The Advent of the Microcomputer.
Indeed, by the end of the mainframe era, the terrain was prepared for social scientists to do statistical analyses ‘themselves’. The software was there, its use was increasingly included in university teaching, and even the computers came a bit closer to the users.
Answers to the exercises are provided at the end of the book. Designed specifically for social scientists, the book will be essential reading for psychology, sociology, social policy and history students following courses in statistics, data analysis or research methods.
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HIRSCHHEIM* * Templeton College, Oxford, United Kingdom OX1 5NY Steve C. SMITHSON* * * and Diane E. WHITEHOUSE Department of Information Systems, London School of Econom- ics, Houghton Street, London, United Kingdom WC2A 2AE A summary is given of. Spatial Data Analysis: Theory and Practice, first published inprovides a broad ranging treatment of the field of spatial data analysis.
It begins with an overview of spatial data analysis and the importance of location (place, context and space) in scientific and policy related research. Microcomputers are the fundamental building blocks of the information revolution. As scientists and researchers, we are contributing to that revolution.
It is imperative that we improve the level of our productivity or we will be overwhelmed by the information we need to process. Buy Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists Foreign Policy Analysis and the American Political Science Review.
Additionally, his Kansas Event Data System computer program won the "Outstanding Computer Software Award" from the American Political Science Association in A graduate student microcomputer laboratory was set up with IBM PS/2 microcomputers to teach data analysis techniques in the first-year course sequence at West Virginia University.
Microcomputer versions of SAS and SPSS statistical programs were incorporated into homework assignments. The lab was managed by a graduate assistant, and another graduate student provided consultation on. However, in most clastic reservoirs, the macropore geometry is well represented by resin-impregnated thin sections.
Using back-scattered electron imaging of lithologic sections, large amount of two-dimensional pore geometry data can be acquired rapidly by image digitization, processing, and analysis software on a mainframe or microcomputer. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 96 pages: illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --Purpose --Scope and terminology --What microcomputers can and cannot do --Organization of the book Hardware --Introduction: physical components --Advanced: peripherals --Troubleshooting: environment --Troubleshooting:.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 87 pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Contents: Microcomputers and the research process --Writing the research proposal --Creating and managing the proposal budget --Data gathering --Data analysis and manipulation --Writing the research Title.
Get this from a library. Using microcomputers in research. [Thomas William Madron; C Neal Tate; Robert G Brookshire] -- Elliott argues that both qualitative and quantitative methods are characterised by a concern with narrative, and that our research data is.
The Ethiopian agriculture sector is characterized by rain-fed smallholder systems. The Ethiopian Government has promoted micro-dam construction in micro-watershed in Tigray for the past two decades. The lack of proper conservation measures to control severe soil erosion at the micro-watershed level, however, has often filled downstream micro-dams in with sediments.
Barry Greenberg has written: 'Using microcomputers and mainframes for data analysis in the social sciences' -- subject(s): Computer programs, PC statistician, Social sciences, Statistical methods.
Data Base Management. A data base contains a file or group of files and is structured to allow easy access to and modification of specific items of data and production of reports and listings of any desired portion of the data.
1 The smallest unit of data maintained in a data base is called a “field” (also referred to as an item or attribute). For example, a patient’s last name, first.
One of the first datasets to be distributed by the Bureau was the County and City Data Book; a recent example is the State and Metropolitan Area Data Book. Kinney and Jones note that the distribution of federal statistical information on diskette is already having an impact on research and teaching in the social sciences .
Alan C. Elliott and Wayne A. Woodward’s Quick Guide to IBM® SPSS®: Statistical Analysis With Step-by-Step Examples gives students the extra guidance with SPSS they need without taking up valuable in-class time. A practical, accessible guide for using software while doing data analysis in the social sciences, students can learn SPSS on their own, allowing instructors to focus .The PC is used in its emulation mode to access the data in the mainframe where either SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) or SAS (Statistical Analysis System) is then used to do the initial statistical analyses.
When necessary, subsets of the data are transferred to the PC where other computer programs are used to analyze the data.