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Contact the Politics Librarian

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Phone: 609-258-3209
Office: A-11-J-1 Firestone
jdarring@princeton.edu
Make an appointment
scholar.princeton.edu/jdarring

Jeremy Darrington, Politics Librarian
Jeremy Darrington,
Politics Librarian
 
 

Statistical Help

Need help running a statistical analysis?

Visit Firestone Library's Data & Statistical Services lab on A floor or email one of our consultants for an appointment. They also provide training workshops on Stata and R (see the schedule link at the top of the page).

The Politics Department also provides help with statistical analysis and formal theory for undergrads, grads, and faculty: http://q-aps.princeton.edu/book/statistical-and-formal-theory-consulting

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