Python Workshop for Economists - November 21, 2019
The Berkeley Economic Review hosted a Python Workshop that taught students how to clean/manipulate/analyze data, run simulations, do regression based modeling, and create graphs and plots in STATA or R in Python, as well as delve into more advanced topics like machine learning.

Analysis Group Info Session - September 23, 2019
The Berkeley Economic Review hosted a Python Workshop that taught students how to clean/manipulate/analyze data, run simulations, do regression based modeling, and create graphs and plots in STATA or R in Python, as well as delve into more advanced topics like machine learning.

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Python Workshop for Economists - November 21, 2019
The Berkeley Economic Review hosted a Python Workshop that taught students how to clean/manipulate/analyze data, run simulations, do regression based modeling, and create graphs and plots in STATA or R in Python, as well as delve into more advanced topics like machine learning.

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R for Economists: Level 1 and 2 - March  7, 2019
The Berkeley Economic Review hosted a R Workshop that taught students data visualization through ggplot, regressions in R, statistical modeling techniques and data analysis.

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Careers in economics - November 21, 2019
The Berkeley Economic Review hosted a Careers in Economics Speaker panel. This was a collaboration between the economics community at Cal - Berkeley Economic Review (BER), Undergraduate Economics Association (UEA) and the Students of Color in Economics (SoCE). We invited prominent speakers from varied industries and companies such as Google, InMobi, and Charles River Associates.