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Stokes Viz Hub

The Stokes Visualization Hub is a space and service, that responds to the evolving digital research, data visualization, and qualitative analysis needs of the Princeton Students and Faculty, with a focus on SPIA and the related social sciences.

Data Visualization Consultants

Beatriz Barros

Software:
  • R
Background: Beatriz is a PhD candidate in the Politics Department and is pursuing a joint degree in Social Policy through the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. Her research focuses on public goods provision and electoral participation in Latin America. Previously, she received a BA in Government and Sociology at Cornell University.
Languages: Portuguese, English

Benjamin Crisman

Software:
  • R
  • Stata
Background: Ben is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University. His research interests include Contentious Politics, International Development, and computational methods for social science. Prior to starting at Princeton, he worked as a Research Specialist at the Empirical Studies of Conflict (ESOC) project and at the Center for Global Development. He holds an MA in Politics from Princeton University, an MSc in Development Economics from the University of East Anglia and an AB in Economics and International and Area Studies from Washington University in St. Louis.
Languages: English

Kathleen Donnelly

Software:
  • R
  • MaxQDA
  • Python
  • Java
Background: Katie is a third year doctoral candidate Sociology and Public Policy. Her work lies at the intersection of medical sociology, sociology of gender, and science and technologies studies, with a specific focus on reproductive technologies. She employs both quantitative and qualitative approaches in her work, including in-depth interviews, computational text analysis, and traditional statistical analyses.
Languages: English

Vicki Yang

Software:
  • R
  • MaxQDA
  • Data visualization for quantitative or qualitative data (LaTeX/Overleaf, Adobe Suite)
Background: Vicki is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology. Her broad areas of interest include demography, social networks, and the sociology of work. Before coming to Princeton, she was a graphic designer for an architecture firm in Washington, D.C. She earned a B.A. in Political Science at the University of Chicago.
Languages: English