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20200224 Homework
Moonhawk Kim
2/24/2020
Instructions
1.
2.
3.
Be sure to save your work as you go.
Complete all the answers (working with others in your group is okay but you need to
type up your own file). 3. Use tidyverse functions, including ggplot.
Submit only this markdown file by 5PM on Friday, March 1 under “Group/Homework
#3” on Canvas.
Questions
Introduction
1.
Change the author name above to your own name.
2.
a.
Write down the names of your partners for this group/homework:
(if there is a fourth member of the group)
Social Scientific Methodology
1.
2.
3.
In Group/Homework #3, you identified a potential way to measure the dependent
variable. I provided feedback on how you might refine the dependent variable. Think
through the feedback and discuss with your teammates:
a.
[What is your dependent variable?]
b.
[What is the range of variation of your dependent variable?]
Search online (e.g., https://datasetsearch.research.google.com), and look for one
existing data that fits with the dependent variable. Describe the data source and the
pros and the cons of using the data as a measure for your dependent variable.
a.
[Describe the source of the data (what website) and the data (what information
the data capture).]
b.
[What are the pros and cons of using these data to operationalize your
dependent variable?]
In Group/Homework #3, you identified a potential way to measure the independent
variable. I provided feedback on how you might refine the independent variable. Think
through the feedback and discuss with your teammates:
4.
5.
a.
[What is your independent variable?]
b.
[What is the range of variation of your independent variable?]
Search online (e.g., https://datasetsearch.research.google.com), and look for one
existing data that fits with the independent variable. Describe the data source and the
pros and the cons of using the data as a measure for your independent variable.
a.
[Describe the source of the data (what website) and the data (what information
the data capture).]
b.
[What are the pros and cons of using these data to operationalize your
independent variable?]
How would you connect the measures of your dependent variable and your
independent variable so that they are about the same observation? This is about the
unit of observation. If you’re research question is about countries in Asia, how would
you connect the independent variable from one country to the dependent variable
from the same country?

[Describe your thoughts here. I’m not asking for an R code here.]
Import Your Data into R
1.
Download the data for your dependent variable (from #2 above) and for your
independent variable (from #5 above) as an Excel or a CSV file.
2.
Write an R code chunk to import these data files into R:
3.
Write an R code chunk to summarize (e.g., max/min/mean/etc.) your dependent and
your independent variables.
Rmarkdown to Slides
1.
Modify this Rmarkdown document so that it will knit to an HTML slide deck.
2.
Knit the document to produce an HTML version of slides.
3.
But you will still submit the Rmarkdown file for the assignment, rather than the
exported HTML file.
20200224 Homework
Moonhawk Kim
2/24/2020
Instructions
1.
2.
3.
Be sure to save your work as you go.
Complete all the answers (working with others in your group is okay but you need to
type up your own file). 3. Use tidyverse functions, including ggplot.
Submit only this markdown file by 5PM on Friday, March 1 under “Group/Homework
#3” on Canvas.
Questions
Introduction
1.
Change the author name above to your own name.
2.
a.
Write down the names of your partners for this group/homework:
(if there is a fourth member of the group)
Social Scientific Methodology
1.
2.
3.
In Group/Homework #3, you identified a potential way to measure the dependent
variable. I provided feedback on how you might refine the dependent variable. Think
through the feedback and discuss with your teammates:
a.
[What is your dependent variable?]
b.
[What is the range of variation of your dependent variable?]
Search online (e.g., https://datasetsearch.research.google.com), and look for one
existing data that fits with the dependent variable. Describe the data source and the
pros and the cons of using the data as a measure for your dependent variable.
a.
[Describe the source of the data (what website) and the data (what information
the data capture).]
b.
[What are the pros and cons of using these data to operationalize your
dependent variable?]
In Group/Homework #3, you identified a potential way to measure the independent
variable. I provided feedback on how you might refine the independent variable. Think
through the feedback and discuss with your teammates:
4.
5.
a.
[What is your independent variable?]
b.
[What is the range of variation of your independent variable?]
Search online (e.g., https://datasetsearch.research.google.com), and look for one
existing data that fits with the independent variable. Describe the data source and the
pros and the cons of using the data as a measure for your independent variable.
a.
[Describe the source of the data (what website) and the data (what information
the data capture).]
b.
[What are the pros and cons of using these data to operationalize your
independent variable?]
How would you connect the measures of your dependent variable and your
independent variable so that they are about the same observation? This is about the
unit of observation. If you’re research question is about countries in Asia, how would
you connect the independent variable from one country to the dependent variable
from the same country?

[Describe your thoughts here. I’m not asking for an R code here.]
Import Your Data into R
1.
Download the data for your dependent variable (from #2 above) and for your
independent variable (from #5 above) as an Excel or a CSV file.
2.
Write an R code chunk to import these data files into R:
3.
Write an R code chunk to summarize (e.g., max/min/mean/etc.) your dependent and
your independent variables.
Rmarkdown to Slides
1.
Modify this Rmarkdown document so that it will knit to an HTML slide deck.
2.
Knit the document to produce an HTML version of slides.
3.
But you will still submit the Rmarkdown file for the assignment, rather than the
exported HTML file.

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