Monthly Archives: February 2019

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2018 Econometrics Summer School "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 c...

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Who uses Stata?

  -A- accounting actuarial sciences aerospace agriculture animal science anthropology archaeology architecture art astronomy automotive -B- biochemistry bioinform...

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How to automate common tasks

Automating common tasks is crucial to effective data analysis. Automation saves you lots of time from repeating the same sets of operations, and it reduces errors by redu...

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Data management

Importing/exporting data Import and export data from Excel .xls and .xlsx files Import and export CSV and delimited data Copy/paste data from spreadsheets Input data in...

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12th Spanish Stata Conference (Madrid) - Submissions Now Closed

17 October 2019 - Madrid, Spain The 12th Spanish Stata Conference (Madrid) provides Stata users the opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences and information on new appl...

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Mata—Stata's serious programming language

Mata is a programming language that looks a lot like Java and C but adds direct support for matrix programming. Mata is a compiled language, which makes it fast. You can ...

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Stata is easy to grow with

Consistent command syntax Stata's commands are intuitive and easy to learn. Even better, everything you learn about performing a task can be applied to other tasks. Need ...

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Publication-quality Graphics

Many graph styles Bar charts  (video tutorial) Box plots  (video tutorial) Histograms  (video tutorial) Spike plots  Pie charts  (video tutorial) Scatterplot ma...

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21st Dynamic Econometrics Conference - Preliminary Programme Available

The 21st Dynamic Econometrics Conference is run in collaboration with the Research Program in Forecasting Department of Economics at The George Washington University, Was...

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New from the Stata Blog – Calculating power using Monte Carlo simulations, part 2: Running your simulation using power

Written by Chuck Huber, Associate Director of Statistical Outreach, this post shows you how to integrate your simulations into Stata's -power- command so that you can eas...

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