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  • Criminological Research Methods 2020 with Rafal Urbaniak
    • Class schedule
    • Course syllabus
    • Reading pack
    • Assignments
    • Homework 2. Deadline: June 15.
    • Lectures:
      • Part 1. descriptive statistics and visualisation (slides)
      • Part 2. naive probability and the binomial distribution (slides)
        • Lecture 2.1 naive probability (video)
        • Lecture 2.2 overcounting (video)
        • Lecture 2.3 interpretations of probability (video)
        • Lecture 2.4 binomial distribution (video)
        • Lecture 2.5 representation of distributions (video)
      • Part 3. continuous variables (slides)
        • Lecture 3.1 introducing continuity (video)
        • Lecture 3.2 normal distribution (video)
        • Lecture 3.3 examples of reasoning with a normal distribution (video)
      • Part 4. measuring uncertainty (slides)
        • Lecture 4.1 confidence intervals (video)
        • Lecture 4.2 sampling and t-test (video)
      • Part 5. hypothesis evaluation
        • Lecture 5.1 Hot locations & the binomial test (video)
        • Lecture 5.2 Relationship & violence; the chi square (video)
        • Lecture 5.3 Sanction & recidivism (video)
        • Lecture 5.4 Race & cell assignment (video)
        • Lecture 5.5 Testing (video)
        • Lecture 5.6 New prison program (video)
  • Dealing with uncertainty 2020 with Rafal Urbaniak
NOTE: Due to campus closure, we're moving to online teaching. In our case this means lectures will be downloadable - to make filming lectures fairly easy for myself and download easy for you, I didn't care too much about the quality - if the information gets through, it's good enough. If, however, you experience technical issues, let me know.
  • Selected Chapters from Philosophy of Science and Logic 2019/2020 with Pavel Janda
  • Formal Logic 2019/2020 with Rafal Urbaniak
    • The manuscript of the first 9 (out of 18) chapters of Ghastly Logic (in Polish, open access).

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