All you need to know to start using Stata to analyze your data! What you’ll learn confidently input and manage data from various sources into Stata and understand how to create data management routines reproducible by other researchers and essential to becoming a proficient Stata user. Start here
This course aims to give newbies and first-time users an introductory yet detailed overview of Stata’s core features and capabilities and provide its students with plenty of hands-on experience on the best practices for writing reproducible routines (using do-files), organizing data analysis projects, understanding command syntax, inputting and outputting data and managing datasets in Stata.
No matter if you are an undergraduate student who has just started using Stata, a graduate student who needs to have solid knowledge of the software’s fundamental tools and capabilities or an experienced researcher who wants to use Stata to analyze your data, this course will take you by the hand and provide you with practical exercises (and answers) to lay a solid foundation and help you become a proficient user of Stata.
Who is the target audience?
- If you have never used Stata or have little experience with the software, this course is for your. If you are acquainted with it and want deeper knowledge, this course is probably not for you, even though I provide valuable insights for users all of all levels of expertise in Stata.
- There is no specific requirement other than having pre-installed the software in your computer. This is a step-by-step course that takes you by the hand and shows you all you need to know to be able to work efficiently and effectively in Stata, presenting you the most important functions as well as practice with example datasets to help you become a proficient user of Stata.
About the instructor
Lucas Reis – Data Analyst and Entrepreneur. I’m a professional with a wide experience and a passion for data analysis, languages, and technology. I have various experiences as an entrepreneur, researcher/data analyst, and as an English teacher and translator.
I have a two masters in Economics and a solid education from prestigious universities in the U.S., Europe, and Brazil – including Harvard University, the University of Texas, and Pompeu Fabra University (Spain).
Most importantly, I never stop learning and have a passion for helping others learn what I know in a concise and direct manner – I do not waste other people’s time. I strongly believe that a qualified and experienced professional can help anyone learn anything, and this is exactly the kind of support I like to provide my clients and students.
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