2016 International Stata® Users Group meetings
2016 German Stata Users Group meeting
Make your plans now to attend the 2016 German Stata Users Group meeting at GESIS Cologne on June 10.
Presentations: June 10
Social network analysis using Stata
Thomas Grund, University College Dublin
Nonparametric frontier analysis using Stata
Oleg Badunenko, University of Cologne
Bayesian data analysis using Stata
Yulia Marchenko, StataCorp LP
Dynamic Stata help files using MarkDoc
E. F. Haghish, Institute for Medical Biometry and Statistics (IMBI), University of Freiburg
texdoc 2.0: An update on creating LaTeX documents from within Stata
Ben Jann, University of Bern
Marginal effects in multiply imputed datasets
Daniel Klein, University of Kassel
The assessment of fit in the class of logistic regression models: A pathway out of the jungle of pseudo-R2s using Stata
Wolfgang Langer, University of Halle-Wittenberg
Influence functions at work
Phillipe van Kerm, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research
Analysis of sequences using Stata, 2.0
Ulrich Kohler, University of Potsdam
Report to users and Wishes and grumbles
Workshop: Introduction to Mata
by Ulrich Kohler, University of Potsdam
June 9, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mata is a full-fledged programming language that operates in the Stata environment. It is designed to make programming functions for matrices really easy. The workshop provides an introduction to basic Mata concepts and a step-by-step example of impl ementing an estimator for Stata with Mata.
|Meeting only: Professionals||€45|
|Meeting only: Students||€35|
|Workshop + meeting||€85|
There will also be an optional informal meal at a restaurant in Cologne on Friday evening at additional cost.
To enroll, contact Christiane Senczek.
Dittrich & Partner Consulting GmbH
Tel: +49 (0) 212 2 60 66-0
Humboldt University of Berlin
University of Potsdam
University of Cologne