This book provides an introduction to data science that is tailored to the needs of students in psychology, but is also suitable for students of the humanities and other biological or social sciences. This audience typically has a basic familiarity with statistics, but rarely an idea how data is prepared for statistical testing. By working with a variety of data types and many examples, this text teaches strategies and tools for reshaping, summarizing, and visualizing data.
By keeping our eyes open for the perils of misleading representations, the book fosters fundamental skills of data literacy and cultivates reproducible research practices that enable and precede any practical use of statistics.Read more.
The techniques and tools covered in Data Science for Psychologists are most similar to the requirements found in Data Scientist job advertisements.