This data visualisation talk is really good Especially the interesting budget visualisation, demonstrating the enormous relative impact of the GFC
Software to help with referencing is a good way to build up and manage your own dataset of articles. Here are a couple of good bibliographic software tools: Endnote https://endnote.com/ Refworks https://www.refworks.com/ Mendeley https://www.mendeley.com/
Important text from the 20th century that unpicks earlier pure logic work, to identify the complexity of language that form the basis of most philosophical problems
Set over four books, this leading text of the enlightenment covers nurture, experience/reflection, language, and the limits of knowledge.
Postmodern thinking on taxonomies, in that structures are set within the parameters of their own historical epistemological norms such as scientific discourse. Subtitled the ‘Archaeology Of The Human Sciences’.
When using online survey methods, two useful software products are Qualtrics and Survey Monkey. Basic techniques for analysing the findings are also available in the software. See the links here: https://www.qualtrics.com/ https://www.surveymonkey.com/
The Real Estate Institute New Zealand (REINZ) provides useful sales data collected from the point of unconditional and conditional sale. Regional median house price and house price index analysis, as part of the wider residential data sets, can be found here: https://www.reinz.co.nz/residential-property-data-gallery
‘Research’ is a term that covers a multitude of activities, but in one way or another they are all about finding things out. At one level this can mean simply collecting information, so that an evening spent on the internet looking up holiday options is a form of research. But at another level research involves […]