You will get the most out of this class if you (1) attend class, (2) complete all the readings, and (3) engageTake detailed notes, do practice exercises, ask for help on the Slack
with the readings.
To practice coding in R you will complete problem sets throughout the semester. You need to show that you made a good faith effort to work each question. Grades will be a function of effort + correct answers.
Feel free to work together on the problem sets but you must turn in your own answers. You cannot work in groups of more than three people.
I’ll accept problem sets late one day (but you will lose a full letter-grade). Beyond that I won’t accept late problem sets.
There will be two exams covering (1) the first half of the course, especially programming, and (2) the second half of the course, especially causation.
Make-up exams will be given only to students with medical or personal emergencies. If an emergency arises, you will need to contact me before the exam or you will receive zero credit.