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Stata Resources

 

Here we post links to web pages that contain particulalry useful Stata-related information. Please let us know if there are other pages that you think should be included.* 

 

UCLA's Stata pages contain a wealth of useful information for both the beginner and the advanced user of Stata. Their graph example page is a particular favourite of ours. Stata's own visual overview of graphs also is very useful.

 

The SSC Archive at Boston College provides a huge collection of user-written Stata programs for data management, statistics, and graphics, all of them dowloadable from within Stata.

Statalist is a Forum with many participants. By signing up to Statalist you can benefit from the very active and supportive Stata community.

 

Princeton's step-by-step introduction to Stata provides an excellent introduction if you are new to Stata.

 

University of North Carolina's introduction to Stata for SAS users is a useful site for SAS users wanting to ease the transition into the world of Stata.

 

University of Wisconsin's computer support pages have developed into a rich Stata resourse with lots of valuable information for beginners as well as advanced users.

 

Recently two books on Stata have been published in Scandinavian languages:

- Kim Mannemar Sønderskov's book (in Danish) Stata: En praktisk introduktion contains a lot of useful information for beginners as well as for more experienced Stata users.

- Tor Midtbø's book (in Norwegian) Stata: En entusiastisk innføring also is a very good book, but more exclusively geared towards the less experienced Stata user than Sønderskov's book.

 

*) Since more and more SPSS users are switching to Stata we are particulalry interested in web pages that introduce Stata to SPSS users.

 

 

 

 

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