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Sometimes the simplest model is simply to split and separate the work between you.Co-create the outline and allocate outthe chapters that best fit your expertise and experience (and interest!).

Let each co-author havea free rein with their respective chapters. Celebrate yourdifferences, even name the chapter author as you would in an anthology .

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A headline feature of SourceTree 1.3 is the support for submodules (in Git) and subrepositories (in Mercurial). The terms may be different, but they refer to the same concept; that of nesting other repositories within the folder structure of your own repository. The most common reason for wanting to do this is that your project has dependencies on other code bases (libraries for example), and you want to track those from their original sources rather than duplicating the files within your own repository.

For the sake of brevity from here on I’ll use the term ‘submodule’ to mean ‘subrepository’ as well, unless I’m talking about a Mercurial-specific feature.

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To be clear (since this post seems to suggest otherwise), the paper states what the population is on the very first page of the main text (not just in the SI): “[W]e constructed a de-identified dataset that includes 10.1 million active U.S. users who self-report their ideological affiliation and 7 million distinct Web links (URLs) shared by U.S. users over a 6-month period between July 7, 2014 and January 7, 2015.” http://www.sciencemag.org/content/early/2015/05/06/science.aaa1160

krippendorf 05.07.15 at 8:55 pm

Sampling on the dependent variable is crappy social science, whether you state the original sample (note: not population) on the first page or not, or whether it’s in the supplementary appendix or not. It’s something every first year grad student in sociology, demography, and political science learns, or at least should.

Dean Eckles 05.07.15 at 9:02 pm

@krippendorf : In what sense is this sampling on the dependent variable (this has a specific technical meaning)? Maybe draw a causal directed acyclic graph illustrating what you think is wrong here.

adam.smith 05.07.15 at 9:22 pm

Dean — yes, this isn’t selecting on the dependent variable, but it also is not just non-random sampling, but non-random sampling with a very plausibly very strong sampling bias, which isn’t acknowledged anywhere in the paper. Meanwhile, as Eszter points out, the paper does make very strong claims about the entire population of US Facebook users.

Moreover, while you’re correct that the size and the basic methodology of the sample are stated, specifics of the sampling methodology are not–but that’s what’s really crucial for understanding to what degree we should believe any statement that goes beyond the 10million people actually covered by the study. In other words, this information is crucial for understanding whether the central claims of the study are true. The fact that that information isn’t included in the study is, indeed, very puzzling. I’d expect this to be covered even in a good journalistic summary of it, but most certainly in the study itself. Do you really not find that problematic? You’re clearly a much more accomplished statistician than I am, but all the serious statistician’s I’ve met are obsessively cautious about such things, so I’m genuinely flabbergasted by what seems like a pretty callous attitude on your part to basic problems with this paper.

@Warren Terra — I take Ezter’s point to me that we’re seeing the modern day re-occurrence of the 1936 Literary Digest election poll that’s prominently covered in (almost) all statistics courses: People get excited by large sample sizes, neglecting the quality of the sample.

Bloix 05.07.15 at 9:28 pm

#3- I don’t understand why you don’t understand. The paper draws conclusions from a sample that has not been shown to be representative of the population under investigation, and to the contrary bears indications that it is not representative. This means that if the article’s conclusions happen to true, it’s a result of a happy accident. They are not reliable and they add nothing to the store of knowledge. The article’s presence in Science, therefore, is not merely worthless. It is noise that drowns out the ability of competent researchers to talk to each other and to do good work.

#4 – note that they gave the big number (the absolute number in the sample), which is meaningless, while suppressing the little numbers (the percentage who are self-identified and the shares of those who can be sorted into categories), which are highly meaningful.

Warren Terra 05.07.15 at 9:42 pm

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