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Re: st: Elementary texts
I am not sure how far you go in a course called intermediate quantitative
methods, but a good book in general is *Regression Models for Categorical
Outcomes Using Stata* by J. Scott Long and Jeremy Freese. You might take
a look at it and consider it for the course.
On Sat, 19 May 2007, Stas Kolenikov wrote:
> There's also Sophia Rabe-Hesketh's book out there; it has a fair
> number of psychology and psychiatry examples, I guess.
> On 5/19/07, Brendan Halpin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I'm proposing to teach elementary to intermediate quantitative
> > methods to social science graduate students, via Stata, next
> > autumn.
> > This involves a radical departure from "that other package" and I
> > really need a suitable text to go with it. Kohler & Kreuter's "Data
> > Analysis using Stata" and Acock's "Gentle Introduction" both seem
> > attractive.
> > Could I please solicit experiences and attitudes, other
> > suggestions?
> > Regards,
> > Brendan
> > --
> > Brendan Halpin, Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, Ireland
> > Tel: w +353-61-213147 f +353-61-202569 h +353-61-338562; Room F2-025 x 3147
> > mailto:email@example.com http://www.ul.ie/sociology/brendan.halpin.html
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> Stas Kolenikov
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