LOPS - Longitudinal Online Profile Sampling


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Description: LOPS - Longitudinal Online Profile Sampling is a method to study identity and identity change. The process involves collecting periodic samples of individuals' self-descriptions. This is accomplished most easily through collecting online profile information (e.g. a Twitter user's 'biography' entry). This OSF project will provide organization for a set of research articles, datasets and software tools that will describe the method and enable other researchers to use it.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


One page description of the LOPS method: https://osf.io/xytmh/ Interested in collaborating on a project? Contact me through https://jasonjones.ninja/


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