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Clarks Table: A Handy Science Data Book for Students - PDF Download



The party package provides a nice framework for building your own publication-ready document formats. This cheatsheet covers how to use the party_ document format and how it can be used to quickly create publication-ready figures and tables. Updated August 2021.




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The term tidy data is used to refer to data that has been organized for the purpose of analysis. This cheatsheet covers three of the most common tidy data workflows. For each workflow, you will learn the purpose, a step-by-step guide, and a tidy dataset that does the step.


In 1953, Kenneth Clark was commissioned by the City Board of Education to complete an evaluation of the citys segregated school system. In Garrow, Dr. Kenneth Clark testified on the nature of racism and its consequences on black students and described for the jurors the significance of conducting in-depth studies of urban environments. Clark, the nation's preeminent expert in the area of racial discrimination, examined social stratification in American society in the contexts of four personal interviews with Clark, the staff and children at the Clarks own preschool, Early Childhood Center for Negroes, and through his explorations of New York City as well as scientific literature on the subject of social stratification.


Kenneth Clark was the author of two remarkable books, Dark Ghettos: The Origins of Hate and How to End It and Broken homes: Abuse in the African American Family. On the basis of his studies of young schoolchildren, Clark identified the pernicious effects of institutionalized racism on minority children. Clark's Broken Homes consisted of a series of interviews he conducted with parents and children in Harlem, New York City, one of the most racially segregated metropolitan areas in the country. Clark's work inspired a number of college-level courses on the topic of racism in the United States.


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