This course was a very good introduction. Professor Hirzalla explains QCA very clearly, slowly, and thoroughly. I wish there was a second part to this course.
Very well organized content. Great supporting material! Suitable for complete beginners in QCA. Challenging but interesting assignments.
par Anel O•
great for basic notions and simple level exercise. Good recommended literature
par Jolien G•
Nice introductory course. Good pacing, highlights are being discussed, easy to follow.
par Zhu Z•
Very brief but clear introduction of QCA. Highligh recommended for beginners.
par Fernando R R•
Erasmus could add one week for expose mvQCA and Tosmana.
par Vareska v d V•
Great to learn something new. I did think the course was a bit light - I now know what I need to do to perform the analyses, but I am not always sure about the background of a certain procedure. The peer-graded assignment didn't work well for me - no one has reviewed it..
par Maud v M•
Great course. The videos are short but insightful. We receive access to an extensive list of readings and resources. Finally, I enjoyed the assignments very much. Thank you!
par Julia P N•
The course is great for beginners. I would like it to be a little more complete, exploring more complex topics, but the complementary readings filled this gap.