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Simon Jackman
Simon Jackman
Honorary Professor, University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Regression models for count data in R
A Zeileis, C Kleiber, S Jackman
Journal of statistical software 27 (8), 1-25, 2008
28282008
The statistical analysis of roll call data
J Clinton, S Jackman, D Rivers
American Political Science Review 98 (2), 355-370, 2004
16872004
Bayesian analysis for the social sciences
S Jackman
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
11662009
pscl: Classes and methods for R developed in the Political Science Computational Laboratory
S Jackman
R package version 1 (5), 2015
8982015
Democracy as a latent variable
S Treier, S Jackman
American Journal of Political Science 52 (1), 201-217, 2008
8642008
Estimation and inference via Bayesian simulation: An introduction to Markov chain Monte Carlo
S Jackman
American journal of political science, 375-404, 2000
4552000
Multidimensional analysis of roll call data via Bayesian simulation: Identification, estimation, inference, and model checking
S Jackman
Political Analysis 9 (3), 227-241, 2001
4272001
Voter decision making in election 2000: Campaign effects, partisan activation, and the Clinton legacy
DS Hillygus, S Jackman
American Journal of Political Science 47 (4), 583-596, 2003
4122003
Beyond linearity by default: Generalized additive models
N Beck, S Jackman
American Journal of Political Science, 596-627, 1998
3311998
Bayesian inference for comparative research
B Western, S Jackman
American Political Science Review 88 (2), 412-423, 1994
3241994
Pooling the polls over an election campaign
S Jackman
Australian Journal of Political Science 40 (4), 499-517, 2005
2302005
A generational model of political learning
LM Bartels, S Jackman
Electoral Studies 33, 7-18, 2014
2282014
Estimation and inference are missing data problems: Unifying social science statistics via Bayesian simulation
S Jackman
Political Analysis 8 (4), 307-332, 2000
2012000
pscl: Classes and methods for R developed in the political science computational laboratory. United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney. Sydney
S Jackman
New South Wales, Australia. R package version 1 (2), 2017
2002017
Economic and cultural drivers of immigrant support worldwide
NA Valentino, SN Soroka, S Iyengar, T Aalberg, R Duch, M Fraile, ...
British Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 1201-1226, 2019
1842019
Measuring district-level partisanship with implications for the analysis of US elections
MS Levendusky, JC Pope, SD Jackman
The Journal of Politics 70 (3), 736-753, 2008
1652008
Do attitudes about immigration predict willingness to admit individual immigrants? A cross-national test of the person-positivity bias
S Iyengar, S Jackman, S Messing, N Valentino, T Aalberg, R Duch, ...
Public opinion quarterly 77 (3), 641-665, 2013
1492013
Bayesian analysis for political research
S Jackman
Annu. Rev. Polit. Sci. 7, 483-505, 2004
1422004
The limits of deliberative discussion: A model of everyday political arguments
S Jackman, PM Sniderman
The Journal of Politics 68 (2), 272-283, 2006
1382006
Alternative models of dynamics in binary time-series-cross-section models: The example of state failure
N Beck, DL Epstein, S Jackman, SL O'Halloran
1122001
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