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Stata is a command-based statistical analysis software. With extensive statistical capabilities, Stata is a good when working with data with more complex analytical structures, such as stratified surveys. Stata can also be used to manage research data and create publication-quality graphics.
Where to Find Stata?
Stata is installed on all computers in the Data & GIS Lab in Geisel and in some ETS labs.
In this second edition of An Introduction to Stata Programming, the author introduces concepts by providing the background and importance for the topic and presents common uses and examples For those learning, the author assumes familiarity with Stata and gradually introduces more advanced programming tools
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