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Politics Resources Guide

An annotated guide to free and restricted resources for research in political science for Princeton University students and faculty

Survey the Literature

Topical Reviews

Major Encyclopedias Covering the Whole Discipline

Political Theory Sources

Sources for Paper Ideas

Get 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 has a service that provides help with statistical analysis for undergrads, grads, and faculty: https://qaps.princeton.edu/consulting.

Need help with qualitative analysis or visualization software?

Stokes Viz Hub is now open for data visualization and qualitative and quantitative data analysis consultations. The service operates on a walk-in basis; no need for an appointment. Consultations are offered by graduate students with expertise using software packages for qualitative analysis (i.e., MAXQDA) and/or data visualization tools in R and Stata.

Walk-in Consultations are offered Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 6PM and 9PM and Sunday from 1PM to 5PM.

Stokes-Viz-Hub is located in Room 070, the e-classroom in Stokes Library, on the lower level of Wallace Hall.

Politics Librarian

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Jeremy Darrington
Contact:
609-258-3209 (routes to home office)
Subjects:Politics