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This command-based statistical packages offers a lot flexibility for data analysis by just altering a different command options or writing a do-file. Meanwhile, the program language keeps a simple structure, so easy to learn that the users can focus on the statistical modelling.
Where to Find Stata?
Stata is installed on the seven computers in the Data & GIS Lab in Geisel and in some ACMS computer labs.
Online Tutorials & Manuals
Stata Documentation & Manuals
Getting Started with Stata for Windows
Getting Started with Stata for Mac
Getting Started with Stata for Unix
Base Reference Manual
Data-Management Reference Manual
Graphics Reference Manual
Subject-specific statistics reference manuals:
Multilevel Mixed-Effects New
Power and Sample-Size New
Structural Equation Modeling Greatly expanded
Survival Analysis and Epidemiological Tables
Treatment Effects New
Programming reference manuals:
Mata Matrix Programming
Glossary and Index
Princeton Stata Tutorial
The Princeton Stata Tutorial is up-to-date to the most recent Stata version. This tutorial covers interface introduction, data management, graphics and programming, excellent for newbies.
The tutorial is prepared by Academic Technology Services in UCLA. It has a Starter Kit
for beginners, and also topics for a range of data analysis models.
Stata for Applied Econometrics
Supplements for Applied Econometrics in UIUC. Cover Stata introduction and its application to many basic econometrics topics.
Advanced Quantitative Analysis
Link from NYU. The handouts demonstrate many advanced quantitative models in Stata and the do-files, a number of which also comes with the used-data to download.
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