Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University

Konstantin Kashin is a Fellow at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University and will be joining Facebook's Core Data Science group in September 2015. Konstantin develops new statistical methods for diverse applications in the social sciences, with a focus on causal inference, text as data, and Bayesian forecasting. He holds a PhD in Political Science and an AM in Statistics from Harvard University.

- Big Data and the Social Sciences
- Data Visualization & Databits
- Theory of Maximum Likelihood Estimation
- Network Visualization with D3.js
- Scraping PDFs and Word Documents with Python
- Note on Bivariate Regression
- Bootstrap Confidence Interval Methods in R
- Using ggplot2 to Plot Regression Coefficients with Confidence Intervals
- DAGs in R
- DAGs in LaTeX
- rgdal for R on Mac
- MinionPro for LaTeX on Mac OS X
- Favorite applications for OS X
- ggplot2: Density Plots and Histograms
- ggplot2: Side-by-Side Plots
- ggplot2: Factor Orderings