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st: re: switching from SPSS to Stata


From   Kit Baum <baum@bc.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: re: switching from SPSS to Stata
Date   Sun, 19 Jul 2009 09:05:07 -0400

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Martin made the excellent suggestion

Another thing you can do is go either to the Stata Conference in Washington DC on July 30-31 or to the Canadian Stata Users' Meeting in Toronto on October 22, especially if you have a list concerns that may live in your organization. There will be many power-users of Stata and Stata developers there who will be more than willing to think with you to find solutions. More about these meetings can be found here: http://www.stata.com/meeting/

Whether or not you have the opportunity to attend one of these conferences/user group meetings, please be aware that their proceedings (which usually include each presenters' slide shows and software, where applicable) may be perused on the web. As an adjunct to maintaining the Statistical Software Components Archive, Boston College also hosts these materials on RePEc. The entire list of those available are at http://ideas.repec.org/i/ps.html (search for Stata Users Group). The two most recent listings, from the 2009 German and Mexican meetings, are also listed at IDEAS under http://ideas.repec.org/i/pnew.html Links to the specific pages for a particular meeting are also available on the Stata website, linked from
http://www.stata.com/meeting/proceedings.html


A note to presenters: If you are registered at RePEc and are not listed on http://ideas.repec.org/g/stataus.html please let me know and I will add you. That page provides a compendium of all materials in RePEc produced by 36 members of the Stata user community (Stata- related or not). If you are not registered at RePEc and would like to be -- regardless of your discipline -- please visit http://authors.repec.org

Cheers
Kit

Research Papers in Economics (RePEc)
http://repec.org


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