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Authors:
Sharon Lawner Weinberg and Sarah Knapp Abramowitz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Copyright: 2016
ISBN-13: 978-1-107-46118-5
Pages: 660; paperback
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Authors:
Sharon Lawner Weinberg and Sarah Knapp Abramowitz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Copyright: 2016
ISBN-13:
Pages: 660; eBook
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Statistics Using Stata: An Integrative Approach, by Sharon Lawner Weinberg and Sarah Knapp Abramowitz, is an introductory text that seeks not only to teach statistical principles but also to give students hands-on experience applying those principles using Stata. Throughout the text, the introduction of new statistical concepts is often accompanied by a real-world example using Stata.

Early chapters provide an introduction to statistics and working with data, with a focus on descriptive statistics and exploratory data analysis. The middle chapters of the book discuss probability theory and sampling, while later chapters discuss ANOVA, regression, and other inferential statistics as well as issues in research design.

While the book is intended as a basic introduction to statistics, the authors make sure to note techniques such as bootstrapping and instrumental variables that, while more advanced, are also used fairly commonly in research.

This book can be used as a supplemental textbook in both undergraduate and graduate behavioral, social, and health science courses on statistical methods to help students learn how to use Stata.

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