Computational Social Science at the University of Helsinki

There are two courses at the University of Helsinki that might be interesting for the readers of Rajapinta (or their students):

Lauri Eloranta has an introduction course to computational social science, where students get to know big data, applications of social networks, tools for modelling social complexity and simulation as a research method.

Matti Nelimarkka runs an introduction to programming for social scientists. In this course they will get to know basics of computational thinking and Python  to simple data analysis purposes.

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