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Re: st: New to Stata -Beginners books
At 12:45 09/08/2004, samani.Lamabadusuriya wrote:
Useful resources for SAS users converting to Stata are at
I am new to Stata, (formally a dedicated SAS user), I would really
appreciate it if you could let me know some good links/books/material on how
to learn Stata really quickly. Tutorial type stuff would be ideal.
PS I have looked into web based courses from Stata, however, they don't
start till September, I need to get started immediately.
THese were produced by Phil Bardsley and Dan Blanchette and described at
the 2003 North Amarican Stata User Group (NASUG) meeting in 1993, whose
page is at
You might also like to refer to my presentation and handout "From datasets
to resultssets in Stata" at the UK Stata User Meeting, whose page is at
and which describes Stata resultssets, which are the nearest Stata
equivalent to SAS output data sets.
I hope this helps.
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