This page contains links to websites that have been helpful resources for research.
The Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES) website
has national survey data for surveys conducted before and after presidential and midterm elections.
Harvard Law School
maintains a helpful index
of voting and polling data sources.
The Princeton University Library
maitains an index
of political opinion and survey data sources.
The Roper Center archive
at Cornell University stores polling data from the 1930s to the present.
at UCLA maintains a database
of roll call vote records and ideology scores for members of Congress.
The Database on Ideology, Money in Politics, and Elections (DIME)
is Adam Bonica's data set
on campaign finance and ideology in American politics.
The getting started page
of R Markdown for R Studio is great for learning how to use markdown for presenting your analysis.
Frederick Solt and Yue Hu provide a helpful R example
on how to plot the marginal effects of interaction terms.
Build a Personal Website with GitHub:
Jonathan McGlone's webpage
was perfect for learning how to build this site. His tutorial assumes no prior background with GitHub.
Create Categories for Blog Posts:
helped me create categories for my blog posts.