Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

May 11, 2021

Project Folder Request Listing

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Project folder name CSDE Systems Reside On Request Date Project Description UW NetIDs to be granted access
Monetary-Sanctions-Collective Windows Servers January 21, 2022

This project is on the broad reach and burden of monetary sanctions. We know how monetary sanctions affect individual debtors and even their families, but how much does the system of monetary sanctions affect family and communities? The second aim of our research is to investigate alternative legal system reforms. What could “justice” look like through reform?

sheldus-sample Windows Servers January 18, 2022

Sample record-level data from SHELDUS as a test to see what data are in the highest resolution product.

Monetary-Sanctions-Collective Unix Servers January 17, 2022

The Collective to Study the Broad Reach and Burden of Monetary Sanctions is a multi-state, multi-institutional research project on the consequence and inequalities generated by the system of monetary sanctions.

TNXT2DM Windows Servers January 13, 2022

Examine the long term effects of patient cost burden on diabetes management and dementia risk

Wright-Allard Windows Servers November 3, 2021

We are analyzing census data, nonprofit expenditure data, and mobility data from Opportunity Insights to understand the spatial context of "high" versus "low" mobility places.

Long-Charters Windows Servers October 22, 2021

Evaluating the impact of the opening of charter schools in a school district on inequality in student test scores.

scim Windows Servers October 10, 2021

The project includes a series of simulation studies to compare several models which evaluate the possession status of misconceptions.

EmpTransitions Windows Servers October 1, 2021

Employment, income, and poverty transitions using CPS and Pulse data

QomCortisol Windows Servers August 30, 2021

A project where we will store cortisol data and other datasets for Qom cortisol project

CPTSD Windows Servers August 16, 2021

Qualitative stidy on the impact of CPTSD versus PTSD on educational, employment, and mental health treatment outcomes.

cbcv Windows Servers August 13, 2021

Using Safegraph, Earnest, and other data sources to understand the relationship between COVID-19, restaurant stock, government policy, and restaurant delivery company growth.

walanews Windows Servers August 9, 2021

This project examines differences in social media attention to news sources as it pertains to COVID-19, the credibility of the source, and the political biases of the news outlet. We focus our examination on two states: Washington and Louisiana, across two waves of COVID-19 to make sense of differences across space, time, and political contexts. We test numerous hypotheses concerning the relationships between credibility and content of information using a variety of inferential and descriptive statistical methods.

Kinga Windows Servers July 30, 2021

This is part of a study of HIV in Kenya. It is looking at genetic influences on fasting blood sugar and ESR.

Intra-SectoralCompetition Windows Servers July 22, 2021

Researching the effect on support for women's work when jobs are scarce.

JordanRCT Windows Servers July 12, 2021

Delaney Glass (Ph.D. Student) and Dr. Melanie Martin will be collaborating with Dr. Catherine Panter-Brick and Dr. Rana Dajani to transfer previously collected data and archived dried blood spot (DBS) samples to UW. The samples will be be stored in the CSDE biodemography lab and the previously collected data as well as other project documents will be stored in this folder. While the project is not currently funded, Delaney will be applying for dissertation funding to analyze the archived DBS samples.

MooneyTRACTION Unix Servers July 6, 2021

The primary goal is to develop and test reusable R code for identifying periods of walking ("walk bouts") from GPS and accelerometer using personal monitoring data from the TRAC and ACTION research projects.

dssgmw Windows Servers June 22, 2021

This project will look at the geographical distribution of low-wage workers in Seattle over the period of the $15 minimum wage implementation. It is part of the 2021 eScience Data Science for Social Good project, more information at

This project folder will only be for non-restricted data and team resources. The team will also be using the UWDC enclave.

testest Windows Servers June 2, 2021


hprm Unix Servers May 4, 2021

This is a UC Berkeley project that analyzes evictions, residential displacement, unemployment, and COVID at the tract level. Along with other datasets, we will store infogroup data purchased by UC Berkeley, completely separate from the UW’s data center data. We’d like to have this folder on Linux and it should NOT be backed up. Also, Alex Ramiller (NET ID aramille) should be allowed access to this folder but I’m getting an error above saying he doesn’t have an account. Would it be possible to add him as well? Thank you!

testing Windows Servers March 30, 2021


JSIS595-IHDS Windows Servers March 29, 2021

The folder will hold data from the Indian HumanDevelopment Survey. This is non-restricted data, publicly accessible for download on the internet. This will be used by my class JSIS 595 Introduction to Quantitative Methods. Once they get CSDE accounts, I'd like my students to have access to this folder; the following 6 netids:



Sanctuary Windows Servers March 24, 2021

This project examines Seattle's Welcoming City Resolution and the impact it has had on local agencies and advocacy groups. Specifically, we conduct interviews with civil servants and community advocates to assess their perceptions immigration enforcement and public safety.

OralHealthResearch Windows Servers March 5, 2021

Oral health research

parcel-policy Windows Servers March 5, 2021

Using parcel data and other administrative data to inform impact of 2017 City of Seattle ordinances on rental housing market.

C3AP Windows Servers March 3, 2021

In this project we examine the use of analogies and comparisons between air pollution and climate change in newspaper articles (in the U.S. elite press, initially) to test a small set of hypotheses regarding how climate change and air pollution have been discussed and explained in relation to one another over the past decade. We hypothesize that climate change is analogized to air pollution, and that this has increased over the past decade. We also hypothesize that treatment of climate change and air pollution as synonyms has increased over the past decade. The study entails conducting content analysis of a random sample of newspaper articles from the elite press (initially the NYT over the past decade) that mention climate change and air pollution, using NVivo. The design draws on concepts and methods from Kevin Dunbar’s work on analogical use and conceptual change in human thinking, as well as mental models research suggesting that the hypothesized analogizing and treatment of air pollution and climate change as synonyms is prevalent among non-experts and is associated with climate change mitigation misconceptions and policy preferences.

Please put the folder in my project folder (thank you!): [R:\Project\Bostrom\C3AP]

Project folder name CSDE Systems Reside On Request Date Project Description UW NetIDs to be granted access