Analyzing linguistic data: schedule


This schedule is subject to change.

Assignments are due at class time (2pm) on their due date. Please submit assignments online on Canvas unless the assignment tells you otherwise.

Readings can be done either before or after class (unless noted otherwise); they are chosen to support the material covered in class.

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Week 8

Week 9

Spring break

Week 10

        Class canceled due to Corona virus

Week 11

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Week 15

  • April 27 Python pandas: grouping, merging, appending data frames
  • April 29 Different tests for different types of data
    • We look at the chi-square test. to be used for frequency data (we have a lot of frequency data)
    • Readings: SE ch. 19. 
    • Code for download: the chi-squared test

  • May 1 ANOVA: comparing more than two variables, and how that relates to regression

Week 16

  • May 4: Project presentations:
    • 2:00:  Nathaniel Lawson and Connor Krusleski
    • 2:08:  Marilin Ayala and Victor Rodriguez
    • 2:24: Brandon Falcona and Noah Pang
    • 2:32: Andrew Smith 

  • May 6: Project presentations:
    • 2:00: Nitesh Kartha and Sebastian Mancha
    • 2:08: Mary Guinn and Sydney Willett
    • 2:16: David Alvarez and Zachary Holsinger
    • 2:24: McKenzie Burk and Dana Freeman
    • 2:32: Samuel Smith

  • May 8: Project presentations:
    • 2:00: Jackie Mares and Misty Peng
    • 2:08: Emily Frazier
    • 2:16: Adam Hanzel and William Culver
    • 2:24: Gabriela O'Connor
    • 2:32 Hyemi Jo

    • ... and some final remarks

Final report due: Tuesday May 12, 2pm.
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