Chinese Development in Africa: Post Three

For this post, I would like to discuss the process I went through to put together my data and what I was hoping to do had there been time. I had downloaded DHS data recoded for births. This data has separate survey responses from the women interviewed for every child ever born to them. I […]

Chinese Development in Africa: Post Two

At this point in the summer, I have begun to hate Stata, ArcGIS, Excel, and data organization in general. The good thing is that I’m learning a lot about these programs and how to troubleshoot data problems. I have run a few dozen append and merge functions in Stata to find the majority spring up […]

Chinese Development in Africa: Post One

My summer thus far has been a mess of different research schedules, family events, and vacation, which is why I have only just now posted my first blog post. I spent the first part of the summer doing the early stages of my research. For the most part, this included reading relevant background literature, finding […]