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st: Introduction to Stata course - University of Glasgow


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Introduction to Stata course - University of Glasgow
Date   Tue, 5 Mar 2013 12:54:23 +0000

This is forwarded on behalf of Caroline Cecil. (Various readers,
especially those in the United States, should note that Glasgow is in
Scotland, not England, and incidentally an elegant and interesting
city.)

All enquiries to the email address below, hehta@glasgow.ac.uk

Introduction to Stata

A one day course

The Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) Research Group
at the University of Glasgow is running a one-day course on Introduction to
Stata on Tuesday 16th April at the University of Glasgow.


Who is the course aimed at?



This course is designed for anyone who wishes to learn to use Stata.



What are the learning objectives of the course?



By the end of the course, participants should be able to use Stata to:



·         Input data

·         Add labels to a dataset to make it self-documenting

·         Recode variables and derive new variables from existing ones

·         Produce summary statistics, tables and graphs

·         Find online help about a given topic or command

·         Keep a record of their work and ensure it is reproducible



What will this course cover?



This course provides a basic introduction to the statistical software
package Stata.



Prerequisites



No previous knowledge of Stata or of statistics is required.



The course will be 'hands-on', and participants will be expected to bring a
laptop computer (and mouse).  Enrolled participants who do not have Stata
will be provided with a temporary Stata licence.



Booking



Free to anyone attending the Systematic Review & Meta Analysis course
(SR&MA)

£150 for Introduction to Stata only

£100 for Postgraduate students



Further details, information leaflet and booking information are available
from the HEHTA website or directly from the HEHTA administrator:
hehta@glasgow.ac.uk

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