## My places of work and study

**Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations.**This is the place I currently study at. Check out to get an overview of out program and our people.

**Political Behavior Research Group**. This is a student group managed by the faculty and students of the

**Political Science Department**at

**CEU**.

**CEURUS**is the Center for EU-Russia Studies at the

**University of Tartu**. Among other things, it publishes every once in a while papers in a series called

**EU-Russia Papers**written mostly by people related to the center. I was the managing editor of the series from 2011 to 2014.

The

**Institute of Government and Politics**at the University of Tartu is the place I used to study and work in the past.

Additionally, I have and occasionally still do translations for

**TranslationWay**and

**English Only**translation agencies.

## Data visualisation

A nice example of survey data visualization based on a study of language use in the US.

One of the nicest web based apps to make a word cloud.

One of the nicest web based apps to make a word cloud.

## Coding/programming intros

I have never been too much into coding, but at one point I came across a few websites (Codeacademy and Codeschool), which give you a nice interactive tutorial of how different coding languages work. Even if not instrumental for something specific, they are a great and easy exercise for the mind. There is also a tutorial for R, which gives you a nice quick intro into the language.

## Learning R

For learning specifically R, one of the nicest learning tools comes from within R itself. There is a packages called

A good summary page of resources is here.

**swirl**, which will get anyone going with R pretty nicely. Get more info from here.A good summary page of resources is here.

## Various stats resources

If you have not really thought about what

This is one of the best concise overviews of what the

Here is a good entry level overview of what degrees of freedom are about in the case of an F test and ANOVA.

**p-values**mean, then you might want to read this.**Bayesian:**- Here is the web page of John Kruschke, which has quite a collection of resources for Bayesian analysis. (Especially if you enjoy going through somebody else's scripts.) See also Kruschke's blog and his Bayesian alternative to the t-test.
- Here is a post that is the beginning for a series of Bayesian alternatives to classical tests like the t-test, chi square test and so on. And here is the package on Github. And here are the examples of a binomial test, a t-test and correlation.
- Creating graphical depictions of your Bayesian models here.

This is one of the best concise overviews of what the

**general linear model**is all about. Might take a bit to get through considering its length, but worth it.Here is a good entry level overview of what degrees of freedom are about in the case of an F test and ANOVA.

## Miscellaneous

A cool overview of logical reasoning: An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments