Monthly Archives: October 2018

Stata Tips #19 - Multilevel Tobit regression models in Stata 15

Learn how Stata 15's tobit models include multilevel versions with random intercepts and random slopes. ...

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Stata Tips #19 - Multilevel Tobit regression models in Stata 15

  Multilevel Tobit regression models in Stata 15 Tobit models are made for censored dependent variables, where the value is sometimes only known within a certain ran...

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New from the Stata Blog – Web scraping NBA data into Stata

Written by Kevin Crow, Senior Software Developer, this post is similar to our previous post "Web scraping NFL data into Stata" and discusses how to use the command -nba2s...

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New from the Stata Blog – How to automate common tasks

Written by Vince Wiggins, Vice President, this post discusses how to automate tasks in Stata and works through a step-by-step example of the automation process. Click to ...

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More Upcoming Free Stata Webinars

Webinar 1: Ready. Set. Go Stata. When: Thursday, 25 October 2018 at 8:00 PM GMT (3:00 PM CT); Tuesday, 30 October 2018 at 7:00 PM GMT (2:00 PM CT); Thursday, 1 November ...

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New from the Stata Blog – Scheming your way to your favorite graph style

Written by Kristin MacDonald, Director of Statistical Services, this post discusses how to transform graphs in Stata to get the style you want. Click to view Stata's late...

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Stata Tips #18 - Fitting more complex Bayesian models with BUGS, Stan or JAGS – from inside Stata

In this post, we will look at a couple of community-contributed commands for fitting Bayesian models to your data. Stata 14 introduced Bayesian functionality for the firs...

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