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On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 3:44 PM, David Tandberg <dtandberg@fsu.edu> wrote:
> I will be teaching a intermediate methods course. We use STATA and I would
> like my students to purchase and have on hand an intermediate level STATA
> book or manual. A single volume book is what I am after that they can
> reference throughout the course (we will be covering a multitude of topic
> from basic OLS, to logit/Probit, Panel data, etc.). I want a quick reference
> that provides the syntax and some explanation for various methods and
> procedures.
>
> What would you all recommend?
>
> Thanks
>
> David Tandberg
>
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