PAN volume 30 issue 4 Cover and Back matter.
PAN volume 30 issue 4 Cover and Front matter.
PAN volume 30 issue 3 Cover and Back matter.
PAN volume 30 issue 3 Cover and Front matter.
PAN volume 30 issue 2 Cover and Back matter.
PAN volume 30 issue 2 Cover and Front matter.
Getting Time Right: Using Cox Models and Probabilities to Interpret Binary Panel Data.
A Permutation-Based Changepoint Technique for Monitoring Effect Sizes.
The MIDAS Touch: Accurate and Scalable Missing-Data Imputation with Deep Learning.
How Much Does the Cardinal Treatment of Ordinal Variables Matter? An Empirical Investigation.
Diplomatic Relations in a Virtual World.
Estimating and Using Individual Marginal Component Effects from Conjoint Experiments.
What Makes Party Systems Different? A Principal Component Analysis of 17 Advanced Democracies 1970–2013.
A Bayesian Alternative to Synthetic Control for Comparative Case Studies.
A Text-As-Data Approach for Using Open-Ended Responses as Manipulation Checks.
Understanding Bayesianism: Fundamentals for Process Tracers.
Return to the Scene of the Crime: Revisiting Process Tracing, Bayesianism, and Murder.
PAN volume 30 issue 1 Cover and Back matter.
PAN volume 30 issue 1 Cover and Front matter.
Spikes and Variance: Using Google Trends to Detect and Forecast Protests.
Improving the External Validity of Conjoint Analysis: The Essential Role of Profile Distribution.
Understanding, Choosing, and Unifying Multilevel and Fixed Effect Approaches.
Accounting for Skewed or One-Sided Measurement Error in the Dependent Variable.
Combining Outcome-Based and Preference-Based Matching: A Constrained Priority Mechanism.
Learning to See: Convolutional Neural Networks for the Analysis of Social Science Data.
Nonignorable Attrition in Pairwise Randomized Experiments.
Do Name-Based Treatments Violate Information Equivalence? Evidence from a Correspondence Audit Experiment.
Using Motion Detection to Measure Social Polarization in the U.S. House of Representatives – CORRIGENDUM.
An Improved Method of Automated Nonparametric Content Analysis for Social Science
Introduction to the Special Issue: Innovations and Current Challenges in Experimental Methods
Polls, Context, and Time: A Dynamic Hierarchical Bayesian Forecasting Model for US Senate Elections
Quantifying Bias from Measurable and Unmeasurable Confounders Across Three Domains of Individual Determinants of Political Preferences
Listwise Deletion in High Dimensions
Geographic Boundaries and Local Economic Conditions Matter for Views of the Economy
Taking Distributions Seriously: On the Interpretation of the Estimates of Interactive Nonlinear Models
Using Multiple Pretreatment Periods to Improve Difference-in-Differences and Staggered Adoption Designs
Statistically Valid Inferences from Differentially Private Data Releases, with Application to the Facebook URLs Dataset
Balance as a Pre-Estimation Test for Time Series Analysis
Sentiment is Not Stance: Target-Aware Opinion Classification for Political Text Analysis
Learning from Null Effects: A Bottom-Up Approach
Non-Separable Preferences in the Statistical Analysis of Roll Call Votes
Validating the Applicability of Bayesian Inference with Surname and Geocoding to Congressional Redistricting
Proportionally Less Difficult?: Reevaluating Keele's "Proportionally Difficult"
Hierarchically Regularized Entropy Balancing
Using Conjoint Experiments to Analyze Election Outcomes: The Essential Role of the Average Marginal Component Effect
Creating and Comparing Dictionary, Word Embedding, and Transformer-Based Models to Measure Discrete Emotions in German Political Text
Ordered Beta Regression: A Parsimonious, Well-Fitting Model for Continuous Data with Lower and Upper Bounds
Blocks as Geographic Discontinuities: The Effect of Polling-Place Assignment on Voting
PAN volume 29 issue 4 Cover and Back matter.