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MY REPLICATION DATA

On this page, I make available all the files necessary to replicate my published research. To facilitate replication, I make command files available so others may replicate the tables and figures from my articles.


Renovating the Multi-Door Courthouse: Designing Trial Court Dispute Resolution Systems to Improve Results and Control Costs, Harvard Negotiation Law Review (Spring 2013)

This article contains 18 tables and 2 figures. Tables 2 - 13 are based on data compiled for this project; the remainder are based on sources discussed in the text. Figures 1 and 2 are also based on sources discussed in the text rather than data compiled for this project. I used STATA, a commercial statistical analysis program, for descriptive statistics and regression analysis. I used R, a free statistics program, to create Figures 1 and 2.
  • Data on Mediation Sessions (.dta format, .csv format, these are case-level observations)
  • Commands to Replicate Descriptive Statistics, Regression Analysis of Mediation Outcomes using STATA (.do script)
  • Data on Individual Mediators (.dta, .csv, these are mediator-level observations)
  • Commands to Replicate Regression Analysis of Mediator Effectiveness using STATA (.do script)
  • Data on Cases Referred to ADR but not Mediated (.dta format, .csv format)
  • Data on Statewide Resolution Rates Used for Figures (.csv format)
  • Commands to Replicate Figures using R (.r script)


Formulating Voting Rights Act Remedies to Address Current Conditions, Forthcoming in American Politics Research

This article contains 3 tables (2 appear in online appendix) and 6 figures. I used STATA, a commercial statistical analysis program, as well as R and WinBugs, free statistics programs, in this research.

Putting Hoover on the Map: Was the 31st President a Progressive?, Forthcoming in Congress & the Presidency

This article contain 1 table (a summary of votes outlined in the appendix), 3 figures, and an appendix. I used STATA, a commercial statistical analysis program, as well as R, a free statistics program, in this research.


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