will you blog about the number of female sociologyI have no opinion on this. My stance is that women can do whatever they want with their last name after they get married, unless they are marrying me, in which case they can do whatever they want except change their last name to "Freese." Do know, all you surname-switching-sociology-sisters out there, that you are driving a friend of mine crazy. Know also that, if there is any common thread running through friends of mine, it is that they do not have to be driven very far to be across the border and into locoland, if you know what I mean.
graduate students i have met recently who have taken
or will be taking their husband's last name upon getting
married? i met yet another one today.
this makes me crazy!!!!
From a stranger:
Prof. Freese,The first thing I look at is the variable names. Then I look at the unstandardized coefficients. Then I look at the p-values, although only that if I know/have looked at the number of observations. Then, usually, I look at my e-mail for awhile and maybe some blogs.
You seem like a really cool guy, and I was wondering
if you could answer a quesion for me. What is the
first thing you look at when examining results
corresponding to regression analysis? Unstandardized,
standardized, t tests?