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Import Twitter Data to Stata

Every day a large amount of data is produced. Data take on different formats and shapes; from data points to images and written words. A big source of data is social medi...

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New from the Stata Blog - Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models for policy analysis

Written by David Schenck, Senior Econometrician, this post talks about how to estimate the parameters of a DSGE model, how to create an interpret an impulse response, and...

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Stata Tips #12 - SVG graphics in Stata

Stata can now export any graphs to SVG. Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a file format with a lot of advantages for Stata users. In this post, we will outline what makes...

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New from The Stata Blog - Programming an estimation command in Stata: Writing a Java Plugin

David Drukker, Executive Director of Econometrics at StataCorp LLC has published a new post that illustrates how to plug code written in another language (like C, C++, or...

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New from The Stata Blog - Programming an estimation command in Stata: Writing a C++ plugin

David Drukker, Executive Director of Econometrics at StataCorp LLC has published a new post that illustrates how to plug code written in another language (like C, C++, or...

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How to create animated graphics to illustrate spatial spillover effects

This post shows how to create animated graphics that illustrate the spatial spillover effects generated by a spatial autoregressive (SAR) model. After reading this post, ...

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Semi-transparency in Stata graphics

With version 15, Stata has acquired a graphics feature that lots of people have been asking for over many years: semi-transparency. Any time you have lines or markers pil...

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Bayesian linear regression using the bayes prefix: How to customise the MCMC chain

Bayesian linear regression using the bayes prefix: How to customise the MCMC chain Watch the latest video from StataCorp, demonstrating how to customise the MCMC chain wh...

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Bayesian linear regression using the bayes prefix: Checking convergence of the MCMC chain

Please watch the latest video from Stata demonstrating how to check the convergence of the MCMC chain after fitting a Bayesian linear regression model using the bayes pre...

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Bayesian analyses in Stata 15

In this post, we are going to introduce the bayes and bayesmh commands. bayes is a prefix that you can attach to any of 45 existing Stata estimation commands to fit those...

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