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The 2016 Polish Stata Users Group meeting brings together Stata users from across Poland, Europe, and the world to network, educate, and share experiences. Join us on October 17 at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics.

The meeting is organized locally by Timberlake Consultants Ltd., the distributor of Stata in Poland, and Jan Zwierzchowski of SGH Warsaw School of Economics.

Program coming soon

The meeting offers users working in different research areas a unique opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences, and information on user-written routines and applications developed in Stata.

The call for presentions closed September 16, 2016. The final program will be posted soon.

For examples of past presentations, view the proceedings page.


In case of a resignation from participation in the fourth Stata Users Group Meeting, please inform us ASAP via email or telephone (+48 668141491).

The organizers reserve the right for further use of paper excerpts or information about their authors (including the publication of the authors and their tutors' names) in promotional materials published by Timberlake Consultants Ltd. and used on its website.

For more details, visit the official meeting website.

Registration

Participation in the meeting is free of charge.

Register online

Organizers

Scientific committee

Marek Gruszczyński, Chairman
SGH Warsaw School of Economics

Małgorzata Sady
Timberlake Consultants Ltd.

Jan Zwierzchowski
SGH Warsaw School of Economics

Logistics organizer

The logistics organizers for the 2016 Polish Stata Users Group meeting are Timberlake Consultants Ltd., the distributor of Stata in Poland, and Jan Zwierzchowski of SGH Warsaw School of Economics.

For more information on the 2016 Stata Users Group meeting, visit the official meeting page.

View the proceedings of previous Stata Users Group meetings.


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