That's like when I was working on the data for Zac's and my War and Presidential Greatness paper and, working late at night, I kept coming up with one too few presidents. The reason I finally figured out the next a.m.: Grover Cleveland's 2 non-consecutive terms.
What software are you using for your data analysis Daniel? I think one of the lead developers for [statsmodels](http://statsmodels.sourceforge.net), a statistics/econometrics library for the Python programming language, is a grad student at American. Skipper Seabold is his name.
I use stata. I've definitely heard of Skipper but have never met him myself.I've used Python some... I can see why people like it, but I just don't have a programmers brain - I haven't done much with it outside of what is required for class and haven't done any stats with it.Stata is great for econometric analysis and it is always getting better. I have no complaints about the software... it's user error and forgetfulness that was confusing me last night :)
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Daniel Kuehn is a doctoral candidate and adjunct professor in the Economics Department at American University. He has a master's degree in public policy from George Washington University.