Taking place at Cass Business School, London between 1 and 6 July 2019, our London Stata Summer School is now in its 8th year and comprises a series of five separate short courses that allows the flexibility to attend one, a combination of, or all courses that are offered.
The courses forming the Stata Summer School are: An Introduction to Stata, Advanced Data Management in Stata, An Introduction to Stata Graphics, An Introduction to Stata for Medical Statistics, An Introduction to Meta-AnalysisMore information
Will be held at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge between 28 July and 2 August 2019.
This residential summer school comprises 3x 2-day econometrics short courses delivered by leading Econometricians from the University of Cambridge: Prof. Andrew Harvey (Time Series Analysis & Modelling), Prof. Sean Holly (Macroeconomic Modelling & Forecasting) and Dr. Melvyn Weeks (Microeconometrics and Methods for Machine Learning).More information
Taking place at Nuffield College, University of Oxford on Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 September 2019. Papers are to be submitted by Sunday, 30 June 2019. The Conference provides a forum for the presentation of research results and practical experience within the fields of computational and financial econometrics, empirical economics, time-series and cross-section econometrics and applied mathematics.More information
The 25th UK Stata Conference (London) is a two-day international event that provides Stata users from across the United Kingdom and the world the opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences, and information on new applications of the software.
Choose from our selection of free webinars that will be held each month for your convenience. Register now as space is limited.More information
Taking place in London at Cass Business School on 22-26 July 2019, the courses will appeal to both new and experienced users of EViews and will provide attendees with valuable insights on forecasting (and problems encountered with forecasting) completed empirically using EViews software.More information
The 12th Spanish Stata Conference (Madrid) provides Stata users the opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences and information on new applications of Stata. The abstract submission deadline is before July 19th 2019.More information
Taking place in London at Cass Business School on 8-11 July 2019, this 4-day course focuses on practical programming needs arising when dealing with large datasets, multiple data sources and the programming tools which may help in routinising complex tasks and automating pieces of your work.More information
EViews 11 is a brand new version of EViews with lots of exciting new features, from extensive VAR improvements, to integration with Python, geographical map visualisations, and much more.More information
Taking place on 20-21 June 2019, this two-day course, taking place at Cass Business School, London, aims to provide participants with an in-depth background on panel data econometrics.More information
Stata version 15 includes a new command,
stintreg, which provides you with the familiar
streg parametric survival regressions, while allowing for interval-censored data.
Stata 15 has a command
power that allows users tremendous flexibility in determining sample size, power of test, and graph those.
Learn how Stata 15's tobit models include multilevel versions with random intercepts and random slopes.More information
New in Stata 15, the
threshold command allows you to look for changes in the relationship between variables when conducting time series analysis.
A major new release version of OxMetrics econometric software is now available.
Prof. Sir David Hendry and Dr. Jennifer Castle discuss possible approaches to building a model of a given dataset in the CEPR's VOX online platform.More information
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Absolutely beautiful session on a very difficult subject given by an experienced and gifted teacher in a logical and easy way. I couldn't be more satisfied."
Having insights from someone using Stata proficiently, and to not only learn but discover other tracks to follow to improve my proficiency with Stata"
Excellent course, I have learnt a lot"
I found it so helpful to be guided through analysis on Stata, and not just how to code the analysis but also how to interpret the output. The course has definitely made my every day job a lot easier and I feel I now have a much stronger understanding."
Comprehensive and effective teaching; now I know how to use Stata"
Everything the trainer talked about was clear and followed by examples on how to implement it. Fantastic class all together!"
The mixture between theory and practice was very useful"
This was a great course. The Professor was spectacular and it was a privilege to sit in his class."
I found the Professor's ability to convey the intuition behind the key concepts in a manner that could be easily understood was the most useful aspect of the course. He is clearly a cut above others in his ability to do this. One of the best I have ever come across."
I was able to ask questions from the lecturer related to my current research work and received very useful suggestions."
The hands-on approach with OxMetrics was excellent. Professor Harvey is a fantastic teacher!"
Dr Weeks taught/explained it in a whole new way. The focus wasn't just on Stata but the theory behind the econometrics as well which really improved my understanding."
Our London Stata Summer school provides a very popular and flexible course framework allowing cost-effective attendance at any course separately, or the entire school. This is a great opportunity for students, academics and professionals to expand their econometrics skills and learn how they can apply econometrics and statistics from professionals pioneering research at the forefront of their specialist fields.View full course details
Our 2019 Econometrics Summer School, Cambridge will be held at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. The School comprises 3x 2-day econometrics short courses delivered by leading Econometricians from the University of Cambridge: Prof. Andrew Harvey, Prof. Sean Holly and Dr. Melvyn Weeks.
The three courses comprising the School are - Microeconometrics / Time Series Analysis & Modelling / Macroeconomic Modelling & Forecasting.View full course details