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This guide is designed to help in your graduate-level work for Urban Research Methods. Use the navigation pane at left to get started.
You can contact Rebecca Stuhr (stuhrreb @ upenn.edu) during the Fall semester of 2022. Rebecca can also get you to the right people to assist you. You can also search for a subject librarian by subject area. You may want to work with more than one as you conduct your research.
For data, mapping, or qualitative or quantitative analysis assistance, contact libraryrdds @ pobox.upenn.edu.
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Data Management Materials for City Planning
Managing your research data is a crucial part of conducting efficient, ethical, and effective research. Take a look at the sources provided for resources and guidance to make data management part of your research process.