Arthur Spirling
Arthur Spirling
Professor of Politics
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Text Preprocessing For Unsupervised Learning: Why It Matters, When It Misleads, And What To Do About It
MJ Denny, A Spirling
Word Embeddings: What works, what doesn't, and how to tell the difference for applied research
PL Rodriguez, A Spirling
Journal of Politics 84 (1), 2022
UK OC OK? Interpreting optimal classification scores for the UK house of commons
A Spirling, I McLean
Political Analysis 15 (1), 85-96, 2007
US Treaty Making with American Indians: Institutional Change and Relative Power, 1784–1911
A Spirling
American Journal of Political Science, 2011
Strategic opposition and government cohesion in Westminster democracies
T Dewan, A Spirling
American political science review 105 (02), 337-358, 2011
Classification Accuracy as a Substantive Quantity of Interest: Measuring Polarization in Westminster Systems
A Peterson, A Spirling
Political Analysis 26 (1), 2018
Measuring and explaining political sophistication through textual complexity
K Benoit, K Munger, A Spirling
American Journal of Political Science 63 (2), 491-508, 2019
Democratization and Linguistic Complexity: The Effect of Franchise Extension on Parliamentary Discourse, 1832–1915
A Spirling
Journal of Politics 78 (1), 120-136, 2016
Identifying intraparty voting blocs in the UK House of Commons
A Spirling, K Quinn
Journal of the American Statistical Association 105 (490), 447-457, 2010
Incumbency Effects and the Strength of Party Preferences: Evidence from Multiparty Elections in the United Kingdom
AC Eggers, A Spirling
Journal of Politics, 2017
Ministerial Responsiveness in Westminster Systems: Institutional Choices and House of Commons Debate, 1832–1915
A Eggers, A Spirling
American Journal of Political Science 58 (4), 2014
Party Cohesion in Westminster Systems: Inducements, Replacement and Discipline in the House of Commons, 1836–1910
A Eggers, A Spirling
British Journal of Political Science, 2014
Electoral Security as a Determinant of Legislator Activity, 1832–1918: New Data and Methods for Analyzing British Political Development.
A Eggers, A Spirling
Legislative Studies Quarterly 39 (4), 2014
The Shadow Cabinet in Westminster Systems: Modeling Opposition Agenda Setting in the House of Commons, 1832–1915
AC Eggers, A Spirling
British Journal of Political Science, 2016
None of the above: the UK House of Commons votes on reforming the House of Lords, February 2003
I McLean, A Spirling, M Russell
The Political Quarterly 74 (3), 298-310, 2003
Embedding regression: Models for context-specific description and inference
PL Rodriguez, A Spirling, BM Stewart
American Political Science Review, 1-20, 2023
Bayesian approaches for limited dependent variable change point problems
A Spirling
Political Analysis 15 (4), 387-405, 2007
Testing the power of arguments in referendums: A Bradley–Terry approach
PJ Loewen, D Rubenson, A Spirling
Electoral Studies 31 (1), 212-221, 2012
Guarding the Guardians: Legislative Self-Policing and Electoral Corruption in Victorian Britain
A Eggers, A Spirling
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 9 (3), 2014
The rights and wrongs of roll calls
A Spirling, I McLean
Government and Opposition 41 (4), 581-588, 2006
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