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st: RE: RE: RE:[training Stata programming]
Yes, it does help a lot. Evidently you
don't want advice; you want someone to
do it. In these circumstances it is
generally best for people able and
willing to do this to contact Jovina
privately to discuss details, times,
places and dollars.
> What I am thinking is someone who can teach a group of about
> 6 people how to
> program Stata. We would need about 3-5 days and our economist
> would sit with
> the trainer and tell them exactly what to cover in the
> training. Does that help at all?
> There are at least two clear but distinct answers
> to this.
> 1. StataCorp have massive experience
> running NetCourses. But their way of
> doing it may be quite different from
> what you have in mind.
> 2. What do you have in mind? There is
> one unequivocal definition of Stata
> programming. It means that you
> write Stata programs, that is you
> write things like this:
> program myprog
> Can you confirm that this is what you
> have in mind? Or are you thinking of
> something else?
> Jovina Johnson
> > I was wondering if anybody has experience training groups in Stata
> > programming. Any help is appreciated.
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