
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. I'm not as uptodate with this as I'd like to be and hope to post more replication files here soon. Renovating the MultiDoor 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.
Formulating Voting Rights Act Remedies to Address Current Conditions, 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?, 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.
